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Raspberry Pi tutorials, scripts, help and downloads

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This site is worth looking at for some great ideas.

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Jisc Digital Media | Blog

Jisc Digital Media | Blog | random computing | Scoop.it
Digital media help desk – digitise, create, manage and use still images, sound and video – free for UK higher education, further education and skills.
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Google backs creative coding classes for children - Telegraph

Google backs creative coding classes for children - Telegraph | random computing | Scoop.it
Google is working with the Barbican and interactive artists to teach children how to code creatively
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Oculus Rift-Powered Nature Documentaries Are Here, Complete With David Attenborough

Oculus Rift-Powered Nature Documentaries Are Here, Complete With David Attenborough | random computing | Scoop.it
What's possible when you shoot a film in virtual reality?
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Top 10 Programming Languages

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Working with computational journalist Nick Diakopoulos, IEEE Spectrum has weighted and combined 12 metrics from 10 sources (including IEEE Xplore, Google, and GitHub) to rank the most popular programming languages.
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Eventful: Journalism as a Service Through Crowdsourcing - Blog of FUSE Labs at Microsoft Research

Eventful: Journalism as a Service Through Crowdsourcing - Blog of FUSE Labs at Microsoft Research | random computing | Scoop.it
Eventful: Journalism as a Service Through Crowdsourcing What if requesting an event report was as easy as ordering an Uber ride? In a previous blog post we described the process of leveraging...
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Minecraft and Oculus Rift

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Blog about the work by computing by professionals, academics and students in Northamptonshire.
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Google's Cardboard Virtual Reality Kit - IEEE Spectrum

Google's Cardboard Virtual Reality Kit - IEEE Spectrum | random computing | Scoop.it
Google debuts minimalist virtual reality and lets you build your own from a pizza box
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How long before apple  do something similar? Or more likely an iPhone equivalent app is developed. 

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Visualizing Algorithms

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Interesting essay on algorithm visualisation by Mike “D3” Bostock, with dynamic examples: http://t.co/q9pe7zNnye
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Art, made with code, opens at London’s Barbican

Technology has long gone hand in hand with art and with DevArt we’re showcasing the developers who use technology as their canvas and code as their raw material to create innovative, interactive digital art installations.Karsten SchmidtZach Lieberman, and duo Varvara Guljajeva and Mar Canet, have been commissioned by Google and the Barbican for Digital Revolution. Alongside these three commissions, a fourth - Cyril Diagne and Beatrice Lartigue - were handpicked as a result of DevArt’s global initiative to discover the interactive artists of tomorrow. You can also see their incredible art online and through our exhibition launch film here:

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Google's DIY virtual reality headset

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Preprint: Computer Science Courses Using Laptops

A preprint of paper to be publish in the next edition the journal Innovation in Teaching and...
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Cayley: graphs in Go

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Oculus rift poster may 2014

The aim was to investigate the potential use and the student experiences of using virtual reality (Oculus Rift) devices for field trips. Though virtual reality…
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Physical Computing: Junkbots with a brain!

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Creating Data-driven Comics - Blog of FUSE Labs at Microsoft Research

Creating Data-driven Comics - Blog of FUSE Labs at Microsoft Research | random computing | Scoop.it
Creating Data-driven Comics “What are you working on this summer?” “Data-driven comics.” Usually, at this point, the person I’m talking to puts a huge grin on their face and exclaims how awesomethat...
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Data Analytics and Visualisation

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Data visualisation examples data-analytics.github.io Selected Tools is a collection of tools that worls for the people on a daily basis and recommend warmly.

 

Visualization is the graphical presentation of information, with the goal of providing the viewer with a qualitative understanding of the information contents. which would result in to retrive hidden insights of the data D3.js is a JavaScript library for manipulating documents based on data.


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Flowing into your games: LiquidFun 1.1

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[PUBLIC EVENT] 9 Awesome Projects that Aim to Make Sense of a Billion Sensors - July 15 - Blog of FUSE Labs at Microsoft Research

[PUBLIC EVENT] 9 Awesome Projects that Aim to Make Sense of a Billion Sensors - July 15 - Blog of FUSE Labs at Microsoft Research | random computing | Scoop.it
[PUBLIC EVENT] 9 Awesome Projects that Aim to Make Sense of a Billion Sensors - July 15 In a world with a billion sensors, how will we make sense of it all? Come see project presentations from teams...
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Immersive VR Enables Safe and Effective Control of Big Scary Robots - IEEE Spectrum

Immersive VR Enables Safe and Effective Control of Big Scary Robots - IEEE Spectrum | random computing | Scoop.it
Interacting with industrial robots in an immersive virtual environment is safer, more effective, and safer
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ITALICS Computer Forensics Special Issue (Higher Education Academy)

Innovation in Teaching and Learning in Information and Computer Sciences (ITALICS) Journal

Special Issue on Computer Forensics 

First Call for Papers 

Edited by Dr Alastair Irons 

10th Annual Teaching Computer Forensics Workshop on Thursday 13th November 2014 

In order to celebrate the 10th Anniversary of the Teaching Computer Forensics Workshop there will be a special issue of ITALICS focussing on teaching and learning in computer forensics.

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NetAppVoice: How Lifelike Video Game Graphics Lead To Life-Saving Cancer Cures (And Beyond)

NetAppVoice: How Lifelike Video Game Graphics Lead To Life-Saving Cancer Cures (And Beyond) | random computing | Scoop.it
Believe it or not, this is not a still from a movie. The image—released earlier this year at the 2014 Game Developers Conference—showcases the lifelike graphics of today’s video-game chips. So lifelike, in fact, they're catching the attention of those outside the gaming industry...
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Networks in the brain at the Royal Society Summer Science Exhibition 2014 - YouTube

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Microsoft Fuse Labs Blog Introducing Joy Kim, data-driven comics research intern

Microsoft Fuse Labs Blog Introducing Joy Kim, data-driven comics research intern | random computing | Scoop.it
Introducing Joy Kim, data-driven comics research intern I have the pleasure to introduce Joy Kim, a new member of the FUSE intern family. She is a PhD student at Stanford HCI where she works on social...
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The Controlled Chaos of Creativity | Beautiful Minds, Scientific American Blog Network

The Controlled Chaos of Creativity | Beautiful Minds, Scientific American Blog Network | random computing | Scoop.it
Fifty years ago, Sarnoff Mednick defined the process of creative thinking as


“the forming of associative elements into new combinations which either meet specific requirements or are ...
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Creating value from open data - Universities UK blog

Creating value from open data - Universities UK blog | random computing | Scoop.it
Open data, the principle and practice of making data available for anyone to use, for any purpose, at no cost has the potential to make a major impact on the world around us. Given these prospects, the UK higher education … Continue reading →
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