The Media Innovation Studio is delighted to announce two new MAs. The new MA in Media Innovation has been conceived of and developed by the MIS team, and the MA in Visual Journalism will be run in conjunction with the School of Journalism and Digital Communication’s Photography team.
The University of Central Lancashire (UCLan) is launching a drone – AeroSee – that could save lives in the Lake District mountains. And members of the public are invited to join the live search and rescue trial operation from their desktop computers, tablet devices and mobiles.
BookExpo America is the largest book trade fair in the world with over 10,000 people attending and over 1,500 exhibitors.
Nesta has published the findings of a digital R&D report, produced by the University of the West of England, University of Dundee and UCLan’s Media Innovation Studio, which examined immersive technology at Punchdrunk theatre’s Sleep No More production.
Earlier this week, the Media Innovation Studio’s George Ogola and Paul Egglestone handed over a number of laptops to The African Woman and Child Features Service (AWC), a Nairobi-based non-governmental organisation
The Media Innovation Studio was transformed into a careers networking event this week as UCLan’s School of Journalism and Digital Communication held its My Career, Your Career day.
Interactive Newsprint joined the European Cooperation in Science and Technology (COST) network in Lisbon where the focus of activities was firmly on exploring new ways of combining print and digital.
The Media Innovation Studio was invited to UCLan’s annual University Court event this week to present the Interactive Newsprint project.
“Print is dead! Long live print!” declares the panel description for the ‘Pitchforks and Printed Electronics’ panel at the SxSW Interactive festival.