The new Gorilla Game Lab project video is up.
Filmed and edited by Patos Productions.
Come and join us for a Brigstow Ideas lunch that brings together two of our current projects for brief work-in-progress presentations and an opportunity for questions and conversation from you. These interdisciplinary projects explore very different aspects of animal-human interactions, from the tacit knowledge of beekeeping to using creative technology to engage gorillas in play!
The projects are:
- Gorilla Game Lab led by Stuart Gray (Computer Science and Centre for Innovation and Entrepreneurship), with Peter Bennett (Computer Science), Fay Clark (Bristol Zoological Society), Katy Burgess (Experimental Psychology) and Kirsten Cater (Computer Science and Centre for Innovation and Entrepreneurship).
- Little Things Rule the World: The Enlivening Practices of Apiculture and Hand-made Filmmaking led by Merle Patchett (Geographical Sciences), with Rachel Murray (Department of English) and Vicky Smith (Bristol Experimental & Expanded Film (BEEF)).
Our understanding is that the venue is wheelchair accessible and a hearing loop will be available
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Working on the frame design to hold the modules.
First prototype based around the interaction found in the game Downfall.