Topic: media

Timothy Simon’s visual campaign in Kenya

“Inspired by the upcoming Kenyan election, Timothy Simon created a 3D render that is simulated by the Kenyan National Anthem.

The animation was made using Cinema 4D and a sound effector, the ideology behind it was inspired by a tutorial observed made by Mr Nick Campbell. The three elements used are a sphere, pyramid and a platonic each with a colour from the Kenyan National Flag.” Continue reading

How Mainstream Video Cartoons and Games are being used as Teaching Tools

Nowadays, children need to get to grips with using the internet and a computer as soon as possible. Online video games provide them with a way to do this which is fun, friendly and effective. If you are looking for innovative teaching tools then cartoons and video games can provide you with exactly that. As you can see from the points mentioned in this article; the benefits are certainly worth it. Continue reading

FutureEverything Conference 2013, Summit of Ideas & Digital Invention

The FutureEverything Conference 2013 is being held at Piccadilly Place in Manchester on 21 – 22 March 2013. With a series of speakers from around the world, including sessions with Google, Vimeo & the BBC, the 2013 FutureEverything conference is … Continue reading


The conference took place in the extraordinary Salone dei Duecento (Room of the 200) of the Palazzo Vecchio. Smart University Forum (SUF) is a current initiative aiming at becoming a global‐ reference opportunity to meet, exchange experiences and discuss academic developments towards open, smart and thriving universities. Continue reading

How Digital TV has made its impact in the global technology market?

The first Satellite dishes available in 1970’s were big satellite equipment that were fixed into backyards because their size did not allow them to be fixed onto the roofs. The modern day satellite equipment are smaller in size that can be attached to any wall and are hardly noticeable. However, with the introduction of digital television technology, the satellites and terrestrial broadcasts is soon going to be a thing of the past. Continue reading