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Great design is evolved around the user and at #hexology, we are empowering communities with an ability to enrich locations with digital media, so that people can discover and enjoy the media shared in an object, space or place. Imagine: I go to a venue and pick up details about an event on my smartphone…(Read More)

Explore the potential of mixed reality and immersive media in a one day workshop with Kate Geneveive of Chroma Space, and for all those people that attended the event on September 17th, the option to create their own immersive story telling experience using #hexology was given. “Looking at performance games and improvisation as well as…(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)

Today we announce the launch of a major update to #hexapp on Android which introduces the discovery page. Thanks to Pokemon Go you know what to do – #hexapp uses your phone’s GPS sensor to track your location and deliver information that people have stored in the physical world – and using google maps, #hexapp…(Read More)

Participation in Brighton Digital Festival has been fun. The launch page recieved over 500 hits on the day that the Festival guide was published. Over a 100 people signed up in the week leading up to the launch and that number increased steadiliy, to more than 2o0 throughout the four week duration of the event…(Read More)