SCRATCH 2016 MIT, Boston

Scratch Conference August 2016, Boston. It was a great honour to have out proposal accepted for the 2016 Scratch Conference at MIT. Not only to share out work with other educators from around the world but to meet and connect…

PainByte

PainByte A new datadrivendance about chronic pain and biomedical engineering.  What does it means to suffer chronic pain on a daily basis.  The invisible nature of the condition.   The developments in treatments that offer a opiate free pain relief system.…

Lovely data

Data is beautiful in all forms but especially when used in data visualisations.  A lot of dataviz is used to show large data sets these can be dynamic or static.  The important thing is to help the audience see the…

Creative Computing – Light it Up

As a post SAT exam thank you for their student Pyebank CE Primary School invited us to deliver a Computing and DT inspired day.  What better way to end their exams. Creating mini light up installations with and without inputs.  We had…

STEAM Challenge Day | microbit

On Friday 10 June, BBC’s micro:bit initiative was launched for the Year 7 boys used this fantastic technology to solve problems. A post exam treat for the year group and what an exciting and inspiring day for them all. The day…

Why a ballet about Chronic Pain?

[pain]Byte is a datadrivendance classical ballet performance and website looking ballet, biomedical engineering, chronic Pain (Spinal) and networks using projection mapping and other techniques . The website will have the ability to remix share the data visualisations using our motion/Skeleton…

Raspberry Pi & NodeJS

This week Genevieve was fortunate enough to attend @sebly #st4iJS “ST4i – Stuff that talks to the Interwebs”, as Seb likes to call it, workshop in Brighton. Two days of fun working with the Pi Zero, LEDs, Displays and NodeJS.…

DataDrivenDance

DataDrivenDance -Innovation, creative and learning through classical ballet and computer science. We use the dance projects as art pieces in their own right as well as the driving force for our engagement with computer science. They are an abstract form…