Ever had that awkward moment at a festival where you miss the comfort of playing video games on your own? The 40 cans of Strongbow you bought and the general antics of fellow campers on copious amounts of drugs may beg to differ. But if you do, then allow me to introduce you to Mouffe: a gaming system that turns the inside of your tent into the screen and your quilt into the controller.Read More
It seems like yesterday that we were covering Lincoln's own Frequency Digital Culture Festival, showcasing the most innovative of digital arts. Being the first event covered by New Rising Media, it's been a huge inspiration in the direction taken by all of us. Now here we stand, two years on, with the second Frequency just around the corner, and what a ride it's been! Well, we've got some great news: we're delighted to announce that New Rising Media will once again be a news partner for Frequency 2013.
From digital art to our digital futures. These are to be discussed by some of the top thinkers and doers within the respective fields of media culture at the Lincoln Digital Expo on 28th October.
As part of the Enterprise-Debate-Connect series, Frequency 2011 is set to host a set of fantastic debates and seminars for those of you opinionated about the future of the digital lifestyle...which pretty much means all of you.
So it's fair enough to say that the title speaks for itself as to what the top stories were.
We have our full review of the iPhone 4S (not quite the iPhone 5 we expected from giga.de). Simply put it's everything you expected it to be, which makes it one of the best smartphones on the market. We also put the 4S through it's Deathgrip related paces to see how it fares up, and reviewed iOS5. But there was more: lots more.
Metro-Boulot-Dodo's Four Seasons project hits one city in it's entirety: a world first, and we were there to take a look around.
From tomorrow through to 21st October, Spring and Summer will be on display at The Collection, while AUTUMN and WINTER will be at Lincoln Drill Hall. A first for the whole world, this hugely ambitious four-part multi-media installation that looks to the seasons to reflect different stages of life will kick off the festival in true technological style. What's more, this fantastic opportunity is free.