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Time Trails paper presented at Nodem

On 3rd December 2013, I presented a paper about Time Trails, developed by RAMM, 1010 Media, Exeter City FC Supporters Trust and Exeter University, at… 288 more words


Have You Ever Played Brazil?

Today, the Have You Ever Played Brazil? exhibition opens at Exeter City FC, celebrating the centenary of the match against Brazil in 1914. The exhibition is funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund and curated by Kiera Gould.  174 more words

Paul Farley

Walking the trail

This afternoon Will and I tested the Exeter City FC Supporters Trust trail by walking from one destination to the other, more or less following the numerical order as shown in the screenshot right above. 457 more words


More geocoding

Following a lengthy and still ongoing consultation with Paul Farley, Lewis Jones and Martin Weiler, as well as other members of Exeter City FC Supporters Trust Board, Will and I have now compiled and I have geocoded a list of 28 locations, eight more that we had originally agreed with Andy Chapman, our developer, who is now (probably rightly) concerned about loading time. 259 more words


Exeter Time Trails generates strong interest at major international conference

Exeter Time Trails, along with Moor Stories (also developed with RAMM and 1010 Media), Art Maps (developed with Tate and the Department of Computer Science at University of Nottingham), and CloudPad (developed with the Department of Computer Science at University of Nottingham), was one of four projects discussed in my opening keynote at… 112 more words

Gabriella Giannachi

Testing the Tudor Trail

Last week, instead of just managing the project from the table, Andy suggested that we went for a test ‘in the wild’, as scientists say, to assess the user experience. 385 more words


Welcome to Moor Stories: Reimagining the Dartmoor landscape

Moor Stories is a collaboration between Gabriella Giannachi, Professor of Performance and New Media, and Director of the Centre for Intermedia in the Department of English, University of Exeter and… 190 more words