News by Press Association 21/06/2018, 5:31 pm FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail Send us a story Sign up to our Daily newsletter These are the first pictures from the newly-opened Digital Art Museum which has been set up in Tokyo. Among the works are interactive pieces called a Forest Of Lamps and The Way Of The Sea Through The Memory of Topography – Colours Of Life. Other works at the museum include Light Forest Three-Dimensional Bouldering and Athletics Forest. The flagship museum has been established by developer Mori Building and art collective teamLab. And the results are breathtaking. The 10,000 square foot space is undivided which means visitors are free to make their own way around the area and interact with the art – and each other – as they see fit. The gallery contains some 50 interactive works across five zones. “The interactive artworks have no borders separating them from the other works,” a statement from the Digital Art … [Read more...] about See the beautiful pictures from the Digital Art Museum in Toyko
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Ivan Humble, the former EDL regional organiser. Picture: NICK BUTCHER ©archant2017 He was once a regional organiser for the English Defence League (EDL) and a close friend of Tommy Robinson. But IVAN HUMBLE, from Lowestoft, has since rejected hate and now campaigns for greater understanding between different faiths. Ivan Humble, the former EDL regional organiser. Picture: NICK BUTCHER Here, he writes movingly about how he is now organising a get-together with Sikhs and Muslims - and has even had the words of murdered MP Jo Cox tattooed on his body, next to his EDL tattoo. Tommy Robinson, a man I once called a close friend, is now in jail. When I heard the news of his arrest, two thoughts occurred to me. Firstly, It could have been me. But secondly, although my life has gone in a very different direction and I totally reject the narrative of hate, I don’t blame people for it. Not even Tommy. I try to understand it. We live in a society where labels are put on people. … [Read more...] about Tommy Robinson inspired my EDL tattoo…but my new body art means so much more
Sixth form pupils from Christ’s Hospital recently took part in a motion capture experience. The pupils had a studio tour when they visited leading games studio, Creative Assembly, in Horsham on May 15.Using motion capture technology they had a lot of fun learning how to direct and act out characters. They also had the opportunity to speak with video game developers from across the disciplines including design, art and more. This experience gave them a great insight into career direction in the industry and what it takes to create an AAA (major/high budget) game. The pupils were very motivated following the visit. They said: “By meeting so many professionals at Creative Assembly we were able to look at a wide variety of jobs within the tech industry. I am interested in AI programming and was able to have a tour of the development studio, and find out first-hand about the job and suitable routes into the industry.“I am seriously looking at art animation. After a … [Read more...] about Christ’s Hospital students explore careers in game design
0 Have your say Grantham Tennis Club’s fourth mixed team started their winter campaign with an away win away against Caunton B on Saturday morning, taking the match 63 games to 45. The team comprised Colin Walton and Sheena Gordine, Jarek Mechlinski and Sue Cox, and David Todd and Lorraine Walton.l If you are interested in playing tennis, Grantham Tennis Club is a thriving, friendly club, with a strong sense of community. The club is located on Gonerby Road in Grantham and has excellent facilities including four indoor courts, a gym, a café and bar, Exhale treatment rooms, and even an art gallery. For more information about Grantham Tennis Club, contact [email protected] or call us on 01476 591391. … [Read more...] about TENNIS: Opening winter win for Grantham mixed team
Many companies already know that women are becoming more prominent as wealth holders, are directing more wealth investing than before, and are often their largest consumers. However, while women are the target customers, they are still underserved by financial advisers. Most financial services firms have optimised themselves to communicate with and serve male as opposed to female customers. And as my research shows, women think and communicate about investments differently. The financial industry needs to understand the value preferences and investing behaviour of women to develop the best advice for how these clients can allocate their resources and values through traditional equity market or alternative investments. In “Fintech: Revolutionizing Wealth Management,” Marguerita Cheng wrote, “machine learning and other types of AI [artificial intelligence] technology can analyse client behaviour and use the data to deliver individualised advice based on their investing, … [Read more...] about Can machine learning change the game for female investors in 2018?