We all use it daily to connect and share with friends, family, and the rest of the world. But after an array of celebrities, and even normal working people receiving criticism at work for things they have posted on social media, should we begin to think twice before pressing ‘share’, and consider who can access […]
The nominations for the 90th Academy Awards ceremony were announced yesterday with five Bournemouth University graduates receiving a nomination, all for the same category, Visual Effects. The BU nominations are spread out between the five films nominated: Star Wars: The Last Jedi; Kong: Skull Island; War for the Planet of the Apes; Blade Runner 2049 […]
To mark Chinese New Year Bournemouth Coastal BID have teamed up with local businesses to get people involved in their latest family-friendly app to unlock characters and special prizes. By Gabriella Cassandro and Drew Wyllie Chinese New Year is an opportunity to celebrate a new start with millions of people around the world. This year […]
World Health Organisation have named gaming addiction as a mental health addiction for the first time.
Scrolling into the 21st Century is a documentary that looks to explore social media addiction through speaking with a host of unique case studies and learning more about what options there are to help people regulate their usage. I also embark on my own journey as I attempt to complete a one month ban from social media. […]
The rise of Artificial Intelligence (A.I.) is being dubbed as the fourth industrial revolution. But what impact will A.I. have on the music industry in the future? This is Bitter Sweet A.I. Symphony. Radio Documentary by Joshua Coase. Created at Bournemouth University. You can listen to the documentary in full below: To find out more […]
Are recent business practises by AAA publishers discouraging aspiring games developers? A study conducted by Channel 4 FactCheck shows that joint Hons University courses, which includes 3D Games & Design, have a dropout rate of almost 7%. Above all, are AAA publishers to blame? We spoke to Jack Dibden, a first year undergraduate studying BSc […]