Research data is the original Intellectual Property produced by researcher that is then reported and interpreted in scholarly books, journal articles, and conference proceedings. This collection is a store of research data produced by Oxford Brookes researchers so that their data can be accessed by other researchers and the public.
An introduction to the EPSRC funded project 'Women and Spinouts: A Case for Action'. This podcast covers what the project is, the importance of the project and some preliminary research findings.
Non-textual output. Introduction. This study examined how the Constructive Labs virtual reality platform could be used for television set design and previsualisation. The primary aim was to develop innovative practice by engaging with emerging technologies and experimenting with new television production workflows. The research focused on three key questions: 1) To what extent can a virtual reality platform be useful in the televisual production process? 2) In what ways will the ability to collaborate in virtual reality impact audiovisual workflows? 3) How much of the preproduction process can be carried through to the final production? This work is primarily placed in the field of Industrial TV Production. Previsualisation concepts are derived from Studio Film production and the Virtual Reality aspects are influenced by Video Game practices. The relevance of new tools to the audiovisual sector is significant and current in terms of academic research and commercial development. Constructive Labs provided both…
A genomics dataset containing the sequences of 5 paralogous genes (zerknullt and four Shx genes) in the butterfly Pararge aegeria (Speckled Wood). Sequenced Individuals originate from a range of populations in Europe and North Africa and the dataset contains information as to where the populations come from. Detailed information on sequencing procedures has been provided.
This record contains the captured audio/video interactions of the AGAST project team members, with members of the general public, and the public's engagement with the topic of research.
Investigation into past reading technology, while speculating how emerging technology might affect how the public interacts with reading in the future, is the intended focus of the collected data. Public exposure to previously unheard of reading technologies resulted in members of the public thinking and conveying thoughts and ideas that past pioneer's of reading technology had, in pursuit of new forms of reading...
The records contained within are videos shot in local Oxford locations. AGAST attended these events to present it's research to the general public. These records contain evidence of public interactions, interviews with members of the public, public engagement with AGAST materials and displays and lectures.
The Avant-Gardes and Speculative Technology (AGAST) Project
Interview with US military veteran J. Robin Whitely on 31 March 2019 as part of the Oxford Brookes Poetry Centre's Veterans' Poetry Workshop project.
Interview with US military veteran John Thampi on 31 March 2019 as part of the Oxford Brookes Poetry Centre's Veterans' Poetry Workshop project.
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