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Itu Ninu is is a sci-fi drama. In a distant future two migrant workers communicate through letters to avoid a regime of control. We are making a sustainable film, working only with available light, sourcing props and wardrobe from charity shops and travelling with public transport. We are filming on a Digital Bolex with vintage lenses. […]
As part of the new Web Publishing Platform project, we needed a way to test ideas for new navigational approaches, to get feedback to inform iterative design. We used testing platform Maze to run remote, unmoderated tests on navigational prototypes built using design tool Figma, to gain quick insights from large numbers of users. Jun […]
  Over the next couple of months, the CRITICAL team will post introductory profiles and a self-reflective blog post outlining their position on cultural heritage and risk associated with climate change and natural hazards. In these reflective posts, each team member will consider their key influences, including research traditions, disciplinary training and insights and experiences […]
Shows the front line of the ArcGIS storymap for Indonesia
We have developed three ArcGIS storymaps to accompany our project outputs. These were co-developed by the research team and explore and examine some of the key findings from the three case study sites: Karunarathna, D., Crowley, K., and Jackson, R., 2022. Climate Story Telling in Sri Lanka Available at Retnowati, A., Anantasari, E and […]
High-Level Type-Safe Effect Handlers in C++ DAN GHICA, Huawei Research, UK SAM LINDLEY, The University of Edinburgh, UK MARCOS MAROÑAS BRAVO, Huawei Research, UK MACIEJ PIRÓG, Huawei Research, UK Effect handlers allow the programmer to implement computational effects, such as custom error handling, various forms of lightweight concurrency, and dynamic binding, inside the programming language. […]
Visit to Seven Stories : National Centre for Children’s Books and Baltic : Centre for Contemporary Art Newcastle Jul 1, 2022

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