Bristol Science Film Festival celebrates science through the medium of film. This year the Bristol-based, volunteer-run Festival will take place Saturday 6th – Sunday 7th June. This year there’s a twist: the whole Festival will take place online!
Virtual travel experts have created and new four-day virtual holiday, for anyone to experience two of the Arctic’s most anticipated experiences from the comfort of your own home
On Thursday 30th April, The City of Helsinki is celebrating its annual May Day holiday by inviting citizens to participate in a virtual celebration with one of the country’s popular artists.
The World of Anno Mitsumasa, showcasing a selection of a lifetime of work by Anno Mitsumasa, Japan’s literary figure perhaps as beloved in Japan as the illustrator Quentin Blake is in the UK
The miniature and mega-giant dancers in Gilles Jobin’s VR_I (2018 Sundance Film Festival) break out of the headset to dance in the streets and on top of buildings, across snowy fields, and in the palm of your hand.
Three years ago, the architects at Populous released a concept video for the esports industry, which described a ‘gaming village’ for the future.
Whilst indoors Google’s 3D animals can provide parents and children a fun new way to learn about their favourite animals.
This new commission by multidisciplinary design studio Space Popular raises one of the most enduring concerns of architecture: the rise and fall of styles.
Congratulations Dirk Koy, his work «ground» won the Basler Medienkunstpreis this week. The work is currently exhibited at HeK Basel during the Regionale 20 until 29th December 2019