Discovering new technologies at Wired Magazine: Next Generation event


By Lara Loasby, Block 4

On Saturday 4 November, I was lucky enough to attend the annual Wired Magazine Next Generation event for the third time running.

This year did not disappoint, with lots of incredible talks and pieces of new technology to experience. The venue was the Tobacco Dock in east London – a really interesting building and yet I found it a strangely historical venue to hold a technology convention in.

We registered at 9am and went to the interactive zone to try out all the new examples of technology on display. There were three examples of virtual reality art on show, one was a five-minute movie and the other two were purely pieces of art called Rainbow and Aqua Phobia respectively.  Aqua Phobia was very quirky and in some senses creepy, seemingly set in abandoned pipeways tinted green with water gushing everywhere.

The VR movie was stunning…

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"The mathematician's patterns, like the painter's or the poet's, must be beautiful; the ideas, like the colours or the words, must fit together in a harmonious way. " G H Hardy, A Mathematician's Apology (London 1941).

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