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Arts Impact: Storytelling Objects – Prototype and Design

In the summer, our research team started the Storytelling with Objects project and began a design session to create a set of storytelling artefacts. Our team held a design workshop on 6th June 2017 at the Mixed Reality Lab in the School of Computer Science, University of Nottingham. Together with transmedia practitioners, we explored several …

Arts Impact: Our Theatre Royal Nottingham

The Digital Research Team has been supporting a collaborative research project run by Jo Robinson in the School of English and Laura Carletti  from Horizon Digital Economy Research Institute to enable the Theatre Royal Nottingham to research, curate and share their history through a digital archive. The Heritage Lottery Fund awarded a grant to the …

Evidencing the Impact of TexGen Software

TexGen is an open source piece of software that models the geometry of textile structures. Developed here at the Faculty of Engineering of the University of Nottingham and made freely available to the research and industrial communities through a General Public Licence, it is currently hosted and distributed on the SourceForge site. TexGen Website TexGen is …

Sharing research data – benefits, not burdens

UK Research Councils typically require researchers to share their research data externally, in line with a common set of principles established in 2011, but with precise details about what should be shared being defined within individual sets of funder regulations. Effective sharing of research data does require effort and advance planning, and it can be …