At BDH we have been working with scientists at the University of Bristol to produce visualisations of 3D High resolution brain MRI scans which help show “the brain in action”. Some of the results of this work is to be shown as part of a free event at the We The Curious 3D Planetarium in Bristol on Monday 2nd July 2018.
The remarkable inner workings of our growing brain presented in Virtual Reality and 360° Dome. Secrets of Brain Health is a pioneering collaboration between University of Bristol and multi-award winning BDH Immersive to be presented in VR and Digital Dome. The project addresses challenges in neuroscience and how the complex neural networks are formed throughout the human lifespan.
More information and tickets are available on Eventbrite.
For the month of December I am running a discount on my Big Cartel store.
If you order 3 or more signed prints, you will get 33% (one third) off the total price if you use the promo code “DEC33FOR3”.
Offer will expire 23:59 GMT on December 31st 2017.
For those in the UK please order before the 15th December if you want a chance of receiving the order by Christmas.
I’ve been framing up some pictures for the Southbank Bristol Arts Trail. I’ll have some prints to sell at chez “Orla and Chums”. Look us up on the website map (http://www.southbankbristolarts.co.uk/) .
Tsuru commented on a rather shocking photograph, by Molly Broxton, of herself with her late dog’s fur. “It was just so beautiful and touching and exactly the kind of atypical thinking I was hoping to see,” Tsuru told HuffPost. “Intimacy is many things, it’s letting people or other beings or things into our lives in a deeper more personal way.”
There’s also a great piece in Refinery29 (both links might be a tad NSFW).
As it happens I still haven’t finished repairing my TARDIS, so won’t be able to attend, but I know a few readers are in NYC so you’ve got 6 hours, get to it!
Join the Royal Television Society for a rare opportunity to ask local heroes BDH, one of the most awarded digital creative teams in the UK, to reveal their secrets in this special panel discussion.
Yes, there are a few more tickets left for a twentieth anniversary “In Conversation” evening with my employers, Steve, John and Rob (The B, the D and the H, in that order) to be held tomorrow evening at 6pm at the Watershed. Lynn Barlow, Chair of the Royal Television Society in Bristol will be interviewing them and taking us through the highlights of their work over the years. Bookings can be made through the Watershed website.