In 2011 we opened Life Online, the world’s first gallery dedicated to the social, technological and cultural impact of the internet. New media, computer technology and videogames are key to our collection and galleries.
First coined by book publisher Tim O’Reilly in 2004, the term ‘Web 2.0’ has become a popular phrase to encompass the new generation of internet applications that enable content sharing and collaboration.
In the digital age, advertisers and marketers have had to devise new methods to reach audiences with their product messages.
Our animation festival is over for another year—here are some of the highlights, from fantastic guest speakers to Doctor Who videogames.
On Wednesday the museum made a real landmark achievement: we broke a world record—for the number of people playing Nintendo DS games simultaneously in the same place for 10 minutes.
Check out Google today and you might see a very familiar game on the homepage—one you can also find in our Games Lounge!
Robbie Cooper’s work examines the effects of increasing exposure to media, particularly online. We look at some of the issues explored in his series Immersion and Alter Ego.
This year’s festival was crammed with inspiring talks, workshops and films showcasing everything from traditional animation to the latest developments in videogames. Here’s a round-up.