The Quipu Project, developed by a collective formed by filmmakers Maria Court (MA Screen Documentary, 2011), Rosemarie Lerner (MA Screen Documentary, 2011) and Sebastian Melo (MA Digital Media: Technology and Cultural Form, 2011) along with creative technologist Ewan Cass-Kavanagh (MA Creating Social Media, 2012), officially launched on Thursday, 10 December 2015 on International Human Rights’ […]Read more "Official launch of the Quipu Project"
A Goldsmiths, University of London partnership with Sony PlayStation has given MSc Computer Games and Entertainment graduates a boost in the workplace, creating the next generation of talented designers and developers. The Department of Computing’s MSc in Computer Games and Entertainment is part of the PlayStation First Academic Partnership Programme offered by Sony Computer Entertainment Europe […]Read more "Computer Games graduates reach next level"
Goldsmiths is set to host a gathering of cutting-edge technology experts and enthusiasts at the fifth annual LLVM Conference from 13-14 April 2015. LLVM – a core component which is used to construct, optimise and produce intermediate or binary machine code and Clang, the LLVM C++ compiler – is used by developers across the world. […]Read more "Goldsmiths to host international coding conference"