FlyThru

Volumetric rendering of a Drosophila, or common fruit fly.   The volumetric rendering is composed of 600 slices at 6 μm digitized through a scanning technique developed at the University of Vienna. Converted to a format readable by 3D visualisation software such as 3DS Max

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Scott Fletcher

Scott Fletcher

Graduated Plymouth University with BSc (Hons) MediaLab Arts and Ma Digital Futures. Lectured there for two years while running his first company Limbomedia which was formed to deliver technical expertise in the burgeoning digital art landscape through collaborations, commissions or contract work. After Plymouth moved

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YRS Festival of Code 2014

YRS Festival of Code 2014

YRS Festival of Code, in partnership with i-DAT and Plymouth University, searches for UK’s top young digital innovators Summary The search for a computer genius with the potential to rewrite the future has begun as part of a major national competition being hosted by i-DAT

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Dawn Melville

Dawn Melville

A creative and multifaceted entrepreneur with particular expertise in generating, testing, developing and turning ideas into business opportunities. With a wide portfolio across digital technology, media, design and research, Dawn has a natural flair for sparking off, bringing together and leading collaborations across industries, cultures

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Professor Phil Stenton

Professor Phil Stenton

Phil Stenton is Professor of Pervasive Media and a Director of Calvium Ltd, a high tech start-up in Bristol. Prior to joining the University he co-authored the Pervasive Media Studio, a joint venture between Hewlett-Packard and Watershed, responsible for changing the approach to idea incubation

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Pamela Peter-Agbia

Pamela Peter-Agbia

Pamela Peter-Agbia is a Politics & Economics graduate with 5 years of experience in Arts Marketing and Editorial Communications. Her interests lie in Creative Economy and Cutural Development. She is Co-Director of Nom de Strip CIC, a publication and media platform that promotes culture across

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Dan Efergan

Dan Efergan

As the Creative Director of Aardman Digital, Daniel gets to spend a lot of time doing fun things like making games, nurturing online communities, creating mutli-platform extravaganzas and generally solving other peoples’ digital problems. Before joining Aardman, Daniel kept himself (and others) entertained as MD

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Dr Wolfgang Fiel

Dr Wolfgang Fiel

Born 1973 in Alberschwende/Austria, he studied Architecture at the Vienna University of Technology (MSc) and obtained his Master in Architectural Design at the Bartlett, University College London under the direction of Peter Cook. He is co-founder of tat ort, a Vienna based practice for collaborative

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Dr. Guido Bugmann

Dr. Guido Bugmann

Guido Bugmann is a Reader in Intelligent Systems. He is on the supervisory team of Pete Carss and has collaborated on numerous i-DAT projects including Arch-OS. He is developing artificial vision systems for robots, investigates path-planning and spatial memory, and works on robot programming using

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Lee Nutbean

Lee Nutbean

Lee Nutbean is a international artist working at the transdisciplinary intersections of art and computation, across academia, research and the creative industries. His work explores the evolution of smart networked technologies through the participatory design of provocative prototypes, that elicit, process and respond to inspirational

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