Category Archives: 3D Metrics

Fifty Years of Learning from #Data Prof. Robert Calderbank #TuringLecture @TuringInst

Professor Robert Calderbank came from Duke University in North Carolina to deliver this superb overview over the past 50 years and how data science is the result of that development. Having created the Information Initiative @ Duke, he presented the … Continue reading

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From Computing to Visualising or from Numbers to Pixels @AlanTuringInst

Recently I had the great pleasure of listening to Prof. Lenore Blum‘s talk about Alan Turing and the Other Theory of Computation at the Knowledge Centre of the British Library. For me, this talk was particularly significant, because it juxtaposed:- … Continue reading

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Towards a Digital Renaissance? Art + Science = Technology? Warhol’s Marilyn in ‘True Colour 3D’

“Your images are stunningly good” wrote Dr Martin Kemp – Chair of the Institute of Materials. “Very promising technology” came from an associate of the National Institute for Health Research. Maybe science needs art to allow for conceptual quantum leaps … Continue reading

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@DigiLeaders #CityHall Working better together to deliver #PublicSector #DigitalTransformation across #London

I had no idea who the speakers would be at this Grand Salon. But, once again, Digital Leaders put an excellent event together, with respect to: choice of venue: City Hall – slightly too strongly air conditioned on this hot … Continue reading

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DIGITAL TOWN HALL: Co-Creating #SmartLondon – @SmartCitizenKit in @Digi_Town and #SmartCity

Digital Town Hall: Co-Creating a Smart London took place on Tuesday, 13 June 2017, in the historic Town Hall of Bethnal Green that has become a hotel and event venue. The meeting was organised by Robert Monster, CEO of Digital Town who … Continue reading

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Seeing the Invisible or Making it Visible? Nuclear Particle Events @CERN re-visualised in #TrueColour3D

Seeing the invisible: Event displays in particle physics is an article published by CERN in June 2015. It shows the history of capturing for the human eye what theoretical physicists postulate and experimental physicists demonstrate. Re-Visualised on http://www.smart-knowledge-portals.uk/projects/359 Re-Visualised on … Continue reading

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Nanosurfaces 2017 @IoM3 – an elite of ‘specialised generalists’ @nanotechnology @nanomagazine @nanowerk

Nanosurfaces 2017 – the first of hopefully an annual event – created by Dr Martin Kemp, founder of xcience.co.uk and Chair of the Institute of Materials where the event was held. The very convincing and compelling keynote was given by Stephen … Continue reading

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