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DMU News: A way of touching sound
(De Montfort University, 2013-06-03)
An intriguing way of converting music and sound into something you can see and touch has been developed by researchers at De Montfort University (DMU). They have created a sound sphere – and their physical model of what a ...
Replicating an Anglo-Saxon Spindle Whorl
I was commissioned by the Leicester Arts and Museums Service to replicate a 1500 year old rock crystal faceted spindle whorl that was dug near Lutterworth Road. A spindle whorl is a disc or spherical object fitted onto the ...
Digital Reconstruction of a Samian Ware
(AHRC Symposium and Showcase Networking Event, 2013-12-16)
I was commissioned by the Leicester Arts and Museums Service to digitise decorated Samian Ware pieces (terra sigillata, fine red ancient roman pottery) dating from between 50BC to 3rd century AD and to reproduce these as ...
A Way of Touching Sound
(British Deaf News, 2013-07)
A new way of converting music and sound into something Deaf people can see and touch has been developed by researchers at De Montfort University. They have created a sound sphere – and their physical model of what a piece ...
Past, Present and Future: Using Digital Technologies to Support Conservation
(De Montfort University, 2012-05-25)
The use of emerging technologies conventionally applied to design and engineering industries are now increasingly used for object-based conservation and location-based heritage projects. These new technologies are changing ...