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Participatory storytelling to recapture countryside

October 21, 2007


I had two main reasons for my visit to the UK; sustainability education; and to talk about our development of models of participatory interactive storytelling.  Totally unexpectedly (well perhaps not to me!), these two came together when I had a long talk with Beth Davidson from the Mapping the Necklace project at the DoTT07 Festival. […]

Computing the Eden Project

October 12, 2007


Two things about me: 1. My work is a sometimes strange mix of education, plants and computers. 2. From my being 6 weeks to 9 years old, we lived outside Bodmin in Cornwall. All these things came together for me last week when we visited the Eden Project. What a wonderful place. Perhaps even more […]

Sustaining Dunedin’s Heritage

August 16, 2007


We’re just starting a major project to visualise every Dunedin building, ever. We’re aiming for a 3D immersive environment for any given date (perhaps with a timeline slider). In addition to the general coolness and education value, we’re hoping that it can be used as a modelling tool, say if some wants a new development […]