University of Portsmouth alumnus Kye Wilson from the MA Fine Art course has recently received funding from Arts Council England for his project Empathy Machine.
The University of Portsmouth, Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries are thrilled to invite you to take part in University Gamejam. This year the University Gamejam is running 17-21st June in Eldon Building.
The University of Portsmouth, Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries are proud to share the success of the recent MoCap dance sessions, that took place as part of Global Week.
Seven University of Portsmouth, CCI Drama and Performance students are hosting a Karaoke night with a twist, to fund a series of virtual reality workshops aimed at local women.
The Faculty for Creative and Cultural Industries at the University of Portsmouth recently welcomed guests from multiple media agencies in Russia, including representatives Kristina Sulima from TASS, Ianina Zhiliaeva from ForbesLife, and Anna Sazonova from MEL website.
Dr Wendy Powell, Reader in Virtual Reality in the Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries at the University of Portsmouth, recently reported from the Mobile World Congress 2017 in Barcelona last month.
Trudy Barber, University of Portsmouth wrote the following article for The Conversation, which was picked up by Newsweek and consequently seen by thousands of readers.
Dr Wendy Powell, Senior Lecturer in Applications of Virtual Reality based in the School of Creative Technologies, is involved in a range of innovative projects using advanced interactive technology for health and wellbeing.
In the future elderly people will be able to rely on artificially intelligent ‘virtual companions’ to help them live comfortably and safely in their own homes. The service could revolutionise the way elderly people are cared for in the future, giving back independence and autonomy to millions and saving the NHS money.