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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)

Immersive Fiction are potent buzzwords within the Creative Industries fraternity, from Writers, Film Directors, Software Developers and Virtual Reality Engineers, the term has different meaning. Yet at it’s root, there is a mutual understanding that new technology is enabling new types of audience experiences, new artistic practise and new business models – raising the question…(Read More)

“Stand for people. Not a product or service or metric or number. If we stand for real, living, breathing people, we will change the world.” This inspirational quote was sent to me today by Simon Sinek in his daily email. Our Chairman Bill Liao also raised the point in his first email to me when…(Read More)

New website – new #hex   Share your media in the physical world means (1) using our free app to compose a text message, (2) add an image, (3) video from Youtube, (4) audio from Soundcloud and (5) publish your message in the physical world for others to discover. #hexology empowers anyone with an ability to…(Read More)

We take privacy very seriously at #hexology.   As always, if you have any questions at all about your account please just reach out! Our team is here to help. You can contact us via email at connect@hexology.co. You can view a comprehensive overview of our privacy policy here. What information is public…(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)

The first ever Community Radio Awards took place in the UK last night at Birmingham’s City University, and #hexology is delighted to announce that the Jaibli Salaam Radio Series produced by Gilly Smith and sponsored by #hexology for Radio Reverb, won a Silver Award in the Speech and Journalism Category. Created for Syrian refugees…(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)

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)

How to create incentives that drive audiences to events using hexapp – this is one way to do it! Singer Sarah-Jane Morris and Virtuoso Guitarist Antonio Forcione gave the audience at Brighton’s Komedia exclusive access to a very special recording via hexapp last night. Earlier in the day the two critically-acclaimed artists filmed…(Read More)

Great technology should feel a bit magical; its workings may be mysterious and why would you care anyway, as long as it does what you need it to do or something you love. Hexology has that magic feel you need to try to really appreciate. We can tell you that the ability to save a…(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)

Imagining how hexology could enrich museums and theme parks opens up a mind-fest of possibilities and ideas, so many stories to tell and so many different ways to tell them. What if they had the power to write those stories into space and places for visitors to discover? The discovery experience may start with…(Read More)

The amazing Sarah Jane Morris will be one of the first to trial hex at her gigs to give the fans who are there an extra bit of her magic to take home. @SarahJaneMorri3 Sarah-Jane rocked to stardom as a member of The Communards and has been wowing audiences ever since. Her artistic collaborations…(Read More)

Chances are, if you think about the organisations you know that are really making a difference, they’re telling a compelling story. Your story helps us make sense of your place in the world – we need it – and we need you to tell it. If we’re going to be changed by it, you need…(Read More)

Super-thinking our way through the challenges we faced has led to numerous insights and innovations; our company culture is rich with ideas, know-how and opportunity. In the run up to our Kickstarter launch we wanted to announce that we’ve setup a Reward aimed specifically at people like us – to all those working…(Read More)

  Sharing the API will enable developers around the world to harness the unique power of the hex beacon. The ability to broadcast information where there is no internet could make a big difference in certain situations – the right information at the right time could save lives. There are in fact numerous scenarios where…(Read More)

Agent hex

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Woven into the fabric of our reality is an invisible layer of digital information. The things we own and buy are numbered, tagged and connected; it’s a deep web and only a few know the way in. Immersive, compelling and engaging, spin a narrative that draws people into an imaginative world that has been…(Read More)

Gearing up for Kickstarter got us thinking about the organisations we want to work with, the people we’d like to help, the changes we’d like to see in the world and how hexology can make a difference. So we shaped our reward plan to attract those we felt we could assist in a…(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)

Hexing the Newshounds

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It’s beginning to catch on. A chat over lunch leads to a Facebook message, a tweet results in a text, an exchange by the water cooler gets the phone ringing. So a teacher who runs a journalism club asks. ‘Could we use hexology with our 11 and 12 year olds? We want to get…(Read More)

Hextival

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Another summer fades as an apricot sun sets on the last festival of the year.  From June to September, Britain dances to a different beat as multi-generations head to country parks and stately homes for the summer fun. The forever forests and faraway lands are dotted with entertainers, poets and storytellers while the stages…(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)

You’ve heard of the “internet of things” right?  Well, stuff talks and we’re making it easy for anyone to give their stuff a voice. Yes, walls have ears, eyes and now they can talk too. At Hexology, we want to unlock this potential and put it in your hands, that’s why we…(Read More)