Computer scientists at the University of Lincoln have created an autonomous robot, which can replicate the behaviour of swarming honeybees in large numbers. Called Colias - named after a type of butterfly - they can be used for insight into how swarms act amongst each other.Read More
Academics at the University of Lincoln have created a unique digital garden for the Chelsea Flower Show this year. Powered by social media activity, the public can directly influence how the garden appears by tweeting about it.
First year Games computing students at the University of Lincoln have been taking part in a series of GameMaker Challenges: setting the objective of making original games based around one central concept. They've already taken care of 'one button games,' and now it's the turn of the 1980s Atari-esque 'ASCII' character set and graphical output.
This week has been huge, so it's warranted the welcome return of the round-up: putting everything that happened last week on one page for you to digest. We've had everything from The Sun, 7-inch tablets and Myspace Tom to HMV On Demand, William Shatner and a rocket launch. Even a tricky question is answered: what happens online when you die? So let's get started.
First year Games computing students at the University of Lincoln are taking part in a set of GameMaker Challenges: pitching them to make original games based around a key concept. Towards the end of last month, the theme given for the first challenge was 'one button games,' and a handful were as the cream out of a very impressive crop of titles created.
People of University of Lincoln who watched the Windows 8 demo: your concerns have been answered, as Microsoft pledge to make changes to Windows 8.