David and I sat down to reflect on 2016. It was a shocker of a year in some ways, but since no one at The Fusion Works had wasted time last year appointing a bigly, new president or elected to leave Cambridge... Continue Reading →
When Guerilla Games Studio put out the word that they would be showcasing their PS4 game, at Anglia Ruskin University, Lindsay cleared his diary and joined students, journalists, business owners and gamers at Campus House. In the company of almost... Continue Reading →
Last Monday we descended upon Foxton Primary School to present Virtual Reality to years’ 5 & 6. Taking with us Google Cardboards, two Samsung Gear VR headsets and a couple of generic mobile powered headsets. Initially the teacher posed a... Continue Reading →
Virtual reality is changing our lives already, but have we thought about the long term effects it will have on our children?