Month: Feb 2019

Mercury and health

After finishing this module in June, I will write about this and links with environmental and public health. Whilst mercury usage can be politicised, there is a lot about it where maybe scientific then clinical solutions could help a lot of existing people and…

Dorking – Brockham – Betchworth loop

Environment course update (and weekend tv)

We are over half-way. It’s a good course, well administered. The modules are a mix of textbooks, online activities and regional face-face tutorials every six weeks. When you’re wandering around on your own for several weeks, I’ve found the tutorials essential for bringing things…

What’s on at Rossotrudnichestvo in Kensington in 2019

If you want to learn about Russian culture from Russians this is an ideal starting point. They do have some links with Pushkin House too. They are friendly and helpful, not purely in a diplomatic sense, it’s their personalities too ! Programme (updated regularly,…

VR, AR, 360, 3D SIG / network at Surrey

In the process of setting this up. When I was last at Surrey it was when virtual worlds and open source 3D design was ascending a Gartner peak in learning technology usage. It’s not so different now. The introduction of linked headsets, apps and…

London Array wind farm

Just attended a talk at Surrey University about the construction and ongoing asset management. You can watch this in 360 and virtual reality – I did by testing out VR smartphone headset although some things were clearer just by moving the 360 vidro itself…

DICATS schedule now live and registration open

Registration is free https://www.dicats.org/register Program: https://www.dicats.org/programlist Not on the schedule yet but there will be a second Russian presenter joining Varvara with a pre recorded video which will be livestreamed then both presenters will join live for a discussion online using Zoom which may…