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Five years from now I imagine myself in a recording studio or on stage performing my music. Yet, I am at present an aspiring 22 year old musician who is at the start of my career. I perform at bars and pubs and I do busking every now and again. Some of my gigs are…(Read More)

Today, Fintech is overflowing with new ideas, projects, companies and initiatives, it is a fast-moving sector that is going through radical change. It is also a community made up of different types of organisations, from Government Agencies to Private Banks and at the cutting-edge, is a new generation of entrepreneurs and small companies…(Read More)

An article by the Musician, Author, Artist and Speaker Gavin Bain, aka “Brains McLoud” who believes #hex is disruptive, empowering and will revolutionise fan engagement for the benefit of independent musicians and audiences. Working 3 jobs to raise the money to build the computer needed to produce my own music, my career started in my…(Read More)

An article by Events Organiser, Zee West. Working with startups and brands for almost 10 years, it is in my experience rare to come across something as ground-breaking as #hexology, because it is on track to take ‘Events’ to the next level. Networking is important! At The Future Crowd we’ve been running two…(Read More)

An article by the Artist & Creative Director, Keith Khan. Art is more than just a thing, it is an experience, and as a dedicated artist who has been involved in numerous projects at an international level, I am reminded that my work, whether it is an opera, carnival or film, exists for the people…(Read More)

An article by the Historical Combat Specialist, Jack Gassmann. Bringing the newest research into historical combat scenes for the camera and stage; I am a performer, actor, writer, stuntman and historian, who develops, creates and performs accurate depictions of combat scenes for film and theatre; what I do is much harder to explain than to…(Read More)

Experience Ashley Bowen’s tour of Brighton and see how the Everynet will provide a community-based Internet of Things network to improve city life. Imagine how city life could be improved if a community-led Internet of Things network became a reality. Ashley Bowen of the Everynet shares his vision on how the Education…(Read More)

Experience Heather Buckley’s photographic exhibition in the physical world by going to the location where her images are stored. Heather celebrates life in Brighton with photographs taken at events such as Brighton Pride, Fringe Festival, Naked Bike Ride & more. Heather Buckley has been capturing the spirit of Brighton for years. More than most…(Read More)

Silo Brighton

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Zero waste restaurant Silo located in the North Laine are sharing stories from the kitchen. Whilst waiting for the meal to be served, visitors are now able to scan a QR code and pick up a recipe, an interview with the chef or some culinary tips. Scan this QR code with our free #hexology app…(Read More)

Great photographs tell a story, and at hexology we are all about enhancing objects, spaces and places with digital information for others to discover. So what if we could enhance a photograph to tell the story, behind the story? You might wonder.. What’s really going on here? What happened next? And what if the…(Read More)

Back in the summer, as thousands of refugees were fleeing war-torn Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan, we wondered what hexology could do to help. With the stories of displaced people dominating our thoughts, we decided to take to the airwaves, to record the stories of Brighton’s Syrian community for Radioreverb. It would be called…(Read More)