Robbie Cooper’s Immersion project captures images of people as they become immersed in different types of media—and now you can get involved.
Bill Moggridge was a British designer responsible for the design of the modern laptop computer.
On 4 July 1862 Rev. Charles Lutwidge Dodgson and Rev. Robinson Duckworth took three little girls—Lorina, Alice and Edith Liddell—on a rowing trip up the Isis in Oxford.
The Life Online launch is now just over two weeks away, and the team working on the [open source] exhibition are busy installing four brand new artworks.
One of the interactive games I was tasked with making for a gallery about the internet was about life before the internet. A perverse request, you might think…
Erin Newell and Phil Bird’s artwork 1 and another celebrates the web’s open source spirit of sharing and collaboration.
It takes a lot of work to develop the interactive exhibits you see at the museum. Audience Researcher Catherine Elvin looks at how we test them.
Thomson & Craighead focus on the threat to net neutrality with their piece Live Portrait of Tim Berners-Lee (an early warning system).
Getting the opportunity to work on a brand new gallery doesn’t happen very often. Creating video content for Life Online presented an exciting challenge for our team.
Six months ago, a group of dedicated young people came together to work on the development of a brand new artwork as part of the Life Online project.