It is over. I have just presented my last piece of work as a level 5 student. There is still around 10 days left of official term but my input is done and dusted. So, time for an end of year review. Normally I would leave it a few weeks and see how I feel, […]Read more "The Beginning"
Time to discuss the black sheep of the show: FUTURES! The end of year show is not just about subject. Even though we only have enough space to display two projects on our main boards, it would be a crime to not display of previous Field Futures project: Amazon PULSE. This, is Frank 2.0 […]Read more "Black Sheep"
MYOB From the off, I was keen to try out MYOB. I saw it as an opportunity to learn new skills, create something and place it in the public eye for scrutiny. Also, the chance to earn some bunce is always a bonus. Day one arrived with a feeling of trepidation: who would my […]Read more "Mind Your Own FUTURE (PDP)"
We have finally reached the future and it is glorious! All Apple white and shiny, not a hair out of place nor a leaf on the ground. Everything is just so…so…clinically sexy! It would bring a tear to my eye if I hadn’t had them removed in 2057 for reasons I don’t wish to go […]Read more "Room to breath"
Team C has become a full on team. We have been keen to explore the theme of death…or life…or afterlife? After our discussions, I’m not quite sure where we stand. What if after death, there were a second life? We propose a future where we claim back death from the grim reaper and put […]Read more "Ashes to ashes"
It’s been a while, dear reader, but I have returned with an update from the future. The first thing I can tell you is, like any story involving time travelling, things become convoluted very quickly. I shall, however, endeavour to make this as painless as possible, so please stick with me on this journey into […]Read more "Tuning Stage"
Another week and another interesting test of skill by Dr Steve Thompson. “Redesign the radio.” Oh. Oh I see. Let’s do this. In teams we – myself, Robbe and Yiwen, don’t know where the other team members were – set about mind mapping what we needed in a radio and what we thought could be […]Read more "Radio Ga Ga"