1 special workshop happened in January:
A behind the scenes tour of the Science Museum's interactive exhibitions with
Joe Cutting, Ken Chan and Joanne Saull.
On Friday 5th of December, ixi
software lead a workshop on interactivity and sound.
Eleanor Toye, Mark Stringer and Jennifer Rode, researchers at
the University of Cambridge, came to the HRC to present a workshop on
iterative design of tangible user interfaces.
gave a lecture on Friday the 24th October at the HRC, called "we
do digital - a survey of advanced digital aesthetics."
Simon Schaffer's article OK Computer was published for the first time in English, on this site.
Dr Tom Corby has now joined the HRC. He is an internationally-acclaimed software artist and will be teaching Director and Lingo on the course.
Rachel Collinson of rechord is now module leader for the software design and interactive media design modules.
Constantly growing information about these modules can be found on the Hyperwiki, the course's
online community site.
The 7 year retrospective of the HRC was shown at the
ICA on Tuesday the 13th May, in conjunction with
LEGACY '03 SITE HERE
A selection of work by students and alumni from the MA in Hypermedia
Studies, University of Westminster, was shown in the ICA Theatre after
the Cybersalon discussion. This included entries for the Levi's® Digital
2003: a new annual competition aimed at digital media students in European
universities. This year the focus of inspiration is the 130th birthday of
the blue jean, a.k.a. Levi's® 501® jeans.
Ilze Black and Alexei Blinov gave a lecture on Wi-Fi,
Wireless technologies and networks at the HRC on the 2nd of April.
A Wiki is an online system allowing users to build, add and
edit a site in an easy and organic way.
There is a new Hypermedia degree Wiki. Check it out and get involved
Collinson joins the HRC as the new module leader of the Virtual