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I visited The Barbican Centre’s Digital Revolution exhibit over the weekend, and was not disappointed. The exhibition comprised of heaps of nostalgia in the form of retro video games ranging from Pong to the first Lara Croft game, interactive scene breakdowns of SFX from films such as Gravity and Inception, as well as various art installations utilising viewer interactivity and input to create an incredibly enjoyable experience. 314 more words
The Barbican Centre’s sprawling technological celebration that is its 2014 summer exhibition is possibly one of the most exciting exhibitions London currently has to offer. The diversity in content is in part responsible but it is really the almost wholly interactive nature of the display that sets it apart. 203 more words
This week, I got the chance to see the brilliant Digital Revolution exhibition at the Batbican.
It’s a wonderful journey for those of us who grew up in the 80s and have seen computers change from the first zx spectrum and BBC micros that I experienced to the types of technology that enable films like Gravity and Inception to be made. 112 more words