The MyWorld project aims embed R&D in Bristol’s creative industry. How can you up your R&D game? Ask the experts in creative innovation!
THIS MASTERCLASS SESSION IS PART OF BBC ACADEMY DIGITAL CITIES VIRTUAL
Bristol has a national strength in the combination of Creative & Tech.
MyWorld is a new project funded by UKRI and lead by University of Bristol and University of Bath. It will build on our AHRC Creative Cluster project to create an international centre for R&D underpinning the creative industries sector – bringing university research into the development process.
How can your R&D work create prototypes ahead of the delivery curve and capitalise on opportunities the minute new technologies roll out?
Producer/chair: Paul Appleby
Prof. Dave Bull – University of Bristol: MyWorld R&D Centre funded by UKRI
Tony Bhajam – Inclusion Producer, Bristol & Bath Creative Cluster R&D funded by AHRC
Catherine Allen – creative R&D practitioner in VR
Jenny Tragner – company R&D and gaining from Tax credits
With video clips and success stories, this expert panel session covers the thinking :
Bring your challenges and questions!
VID is a consultancy run by Paul Appleby, developing collaborations in creative technology and promoting the region nationally.
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