Quick photo from this weeks Critical Collision seminar in Inspace.
This is was the first occasion that two groups of Masters students have ever met:
MArch Disruptive Technologies posits that Architecture is a creative discipline that crosses boundaries, the context in which it operates is in a state of flux. New materials, new processes, new technologies continue to emerge, often from other sectors of activity that operate on a different structure of development and innovation. The intersection between these processes and the cultural and theoretical models that frame them is ‘Disruptive technology’.
The MSc by Research in Interdisciplinary Creative Practice is a unique programme of study that responds to emerging practices that work across diverse disciplines in the creative arts, humanities and physical and social sciences. The programme is predicated on the understanding that the convergent nature of Information and Communication Technologies has facilitated the adoption of methods from across disciplines but recognises that practitioners often require a deeper appreciation and experience of such methods to assure their ability to undertake such practice.
Algorithmic Practices: Emergent interoperability in the everyday RGS-IBG 2015 Sponsored by: The Hist
Participants: Edinburgh: Chris Speed, Siobhan Magee, Debbie Maxwell, Mark Hartswood Birmingham: Juli
This terms talks at the centre… Download poster here Research Seminars Semester 1 T-Room, Flo
Design Informatics took part in this year’s Edinburgh Fringe with the Beltane Public Engagemen
An interdisciplinary symposium 3rd – 4th September 2014, University of Edinburgh Hosted by: De
So a brief summary and documentation of the CoGet workshop at Future Everything in March 2014. Acros
A Rhetorical Approach to Gameful Design Paul Coulton, ImaginationLancaster Thursday 1st May 4pm T-Ro
We are experimenting with our social logistics software CoGet at Future Everything in March: http://
Casting Time #2 Chris Speed, Margaret Stewart, Jules Rawlinson & Jane Macdonald 17th – 28t
Well that took a while! Following the workshop in February I finally got around to laying up the ima