Layered Landscapes is an interactive Augmented Reality (AR) application, which layers elements of research projects that focus on natural, historical and cultural heritage, and their interpretations of landscape. The project brought these elements together with topographical data, and Tim Robinson’s detailed mapping of the Connemara landscape. When viewed through the app, the map is presented in 3D,… | Read on »
As one of the workshops for this year’s CodeNinja.ie competition, I gave a talk on front-end web development. It looks at some of current trends in front-end development, my workflow, and interesting front-end technologies (especially those of use to the students taking part in competition).
For the first time, Bizcamp is being run in Galway this September 11th. I’ve been to those run in Dublin and Limerick in the past, and they’ve been a worthwhile trip. It can be a great place to meet mix of like-minded people – from those who have been through the mill of setting up… | Read on »
Congrats to the 091Labs guys on putting this together, it looks like a great space with some massive potential. Their new home is in Foster Street in Galway. Nice work!
Heh. More at cleanternet.org (via TJ McIntyre)
Very clever video released by Penguin Books, there’s more information on how it came about on their site
I’ve been posting quite a view videos recently, which is strange because I don’t spend that much time watching them online….but I thought this one was worth sharing. It’s a documentary about new forms of collaboration and social media technologies. I came to it via a tweet by @marklittlenews last night. It seems to have… | Read on »
Galway, New Years Day, 2010 Came across this great video – someone in Failte Ireland or Look West should be giving him money for it and using it to promote Galway.
Had to take an unexpected / unplanned trip to Singapore on Tuesday. Lovely place. There’s a few other in a set over here.
Bumped into this last weekend on Patrick Street in Cork (some pretty shakey camera work…but you’ll get the idea). The guy dancing up in the window was the best bit!