Art and VR

Five of the best projects — and most interesting approaches — using virtual reality to transform the way we experience art collections.

Twitter for WordPress widget broken? No public tweets? No problem!

You might see on our blog homepage that we have a Twitter widget. Huzzah for us! This is the Twitter for WordPress widget created by Rick’s Hideout. We noticed recently that it had started displaying, rather than our witticisms, just the phrase “No Public Tweets”. What’s going on here then? A quick bit of searching …

Our 9 favourite things from the Olympics that aren’t sports

The Olympics! Wow, that were pretty special ey? The infrastructure of the country didn’t melt (despite the best efforts of G4S), TeamGB surprised us all by not just being good at sitting down sports (cycling, horse dancing), but also fighting, shooting, running (the training sessions on 6-10 August last year really paid off) and much …

Designing Magic Tate Ball

Here’s an admission: we probably spent the entire five-figure budget (that’ll be somewhere between £10,000 and £99,000 then) solely on visual design and export for build. This is the complex backstory to a very simple concept: shake your phone and get some art. Visualising for the pitch Having been invited to tender on a very …