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  • Step into #Wisbech2117!

    November 2017: This is Wisbech but not as you know it!

    Collusion worked with creatives, technologies and the community in Wisbech to develop a brand new web app, Brink of the Future, that uses augmented reality and open source technology. It’s the first app of its kind to animate augments created using VR technology, Google Blocks, and developed to be accessible on multiple devices.

    Collusion creative associates, Jamie Gledhill (web development), Lucy Sheerman (lead artist) and Lee Mason (digital artist) worked with Tin Fish, a creative agency based in Wisbech to map the story zones and bring the story to life. 

    The programme is supported by Arts Council England, the Greater Cambridge, Greater Peterborough LEP, and tech partners, Arm and Cambridge Consultants. In addition, The Brink of the Future is supported by Market Place, the Creative People & Places initiative for Fenland and Forest Heath and Tin Fish Creative Communications.

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  • Find out about our amazing artists labs

    May 2017: Collusion's most recent lab brought together 8 artists from across the UK to delve into virtual, augmented and mixed reality. 

    The artists explored and produced work using new virtual, augmented and mixed reality technologies including the HTC Vive using Tilt Brush, 360 cameras and the Microsoft Hololens. Leading experts from University of Cambridge Engineering department, Anglia Ruskin University's gaming department, Sedgwick Museum and established digital artists such as Gibson/Martelli and Kinicho VR joined the artists mid-week to showcase the latest techniques and methodologies. The event closed on Friday 19th May, where the artists present their experience and ideas to Collusion’s partners and key representatives from Cambridge’s arts and technology sectors. #collusionlabs

    Supported by Arts Council England & the Greater Cambridge Greater Peterborough LEP, Arm, Cambridge Consultants, Anglia Ruskin University, University of Cambridge Museums, Leverhulme Centre of Future of Intelligence and Cambridge Junction. 

    Check out our labs



  • King’s Lynn town centre lights up!

    September 2017: Did you join us to play giant Pac-Man on Customs House or step through smoke and light projections at Greyfriars Tower? On Friday 29th September, for one weekend only, Collusion presented a one-off showcase of four exciting, experimental arts projects working with the projectors in King’s Lynn town centre. Hoards of people travelled across the region to experience and interact directly with these unique works.

    Developed over four months, these prototype projects were created by four teams of artists and creative professionals for the Lynn Lumiere light projection sites at the Tuesday Market Place, the Custom House, Greyfriars Tower and King’s Lynn Arts Centre. Working closely with King’s Lynn and West Norfolk Borough Council, Collusion has supported the teams to test early-stage ideas, experiment and push the boundaries of live data and projection technologies placed around King’s Lynn town centre.

    Check out the project