Brighton Digital Festival
Meet the artists attempting to visualise everyday technologies that are invisible - such as wi-fi. And, Bill Thompson volunteers to have a mini version of himself printed in 3D.
Click heads to the English seaside for a special edition at the Brighton Digital Festival where professional and amateur technologists have gathered for 100 digital events. Highlights include: how reality might be 'improved' by technology; an exhibition revealing how and why designers try to illuminate 'invisible' technologies, such as wi-fi and RFID. Plus, a report on how the festival will culminate in a virtual firework display - and Bill Thompson volunteers to have a mini version of himself printed in 3D.
(Picture credit: Bill Thompson prepares for the 3D printed mini version of himself © Bill Thompson)
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