£6.5m project aims to drive digital innovation in South West
The University of Plymouth is part of a new Creative Technology Network, funded by Research England, which will bring together universities and industrial partners to develop cutting-edge practices, techniques and products in creative digital technologies
Culture app ceases after three successful years
Artory, Plymouth’s incentivised mobile app for cultural events produced by i-DAT at the University of Plymouth and Plymouth Arts Centre, is going offline
i-DAT at Plymouth University installs interactive sculpture at the Tate Modern’s new iconic building in London
Plymouth University news: Bringing together technology, audio and visuals, This Is Where We Are (TIWWA) is an interactive data-driven artwork, created by i-DAT at Plymouth University with the Tate Collective
i-DAT is an Open Research Lab for playful experimentation with creative technology based at the University of Plymouth.
The Cosmic Perspective
What's on at the University of Plymouth: The Cosmic Perspective. Tracking the frontiers of cosmic discovery and understanding. University of Plymouth, various dates.
Arts app's creators look to expand as Artory exceeds expectations
Plymouth University news: A free app providing locals and tourists with a one-stop culture guide to Plymouth could be rolled out across the South West after exceeding expectations in its first year
Interactive mobile app aims to transform arts experiences
Plymouth University news: A ground-breaking collaborative initiative which uses a mobile app to measure the quality of cultural experiences is set to transform appreciation of the arts and enhance engagement between individuals and cultural organisations
Celebrating the best of UK coding talent
Plymouth University news: Plymouth University and Institute of Digital Art and Technology host the final of Young Rewired State's 2014 Festival of Code