Traces of Hope - British Red Cross Game goes live

Posted on Fri 24 Oct 2008

Traces of Hope  launched this week, a new ARG (Alternate Reality Game) for British Red Cross written by studio resident Hazel Grian and produced by Bristol digital agency Enable. 

Anti VJ Go Global

Posted on Fri 24 Oct 2008

Anti VJ go global: Pervasive Media Studio Residents Joanie Lemercier and Nicolas Boritch have been jet setting around the world

Andy Burnham visits the studio

Posted on Fri 24 Oct 2008

Andy Burnham, Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport visited Watershed and the Pervasive Media Studio yesterday as part of a day long visit to Bath and Bristol.

e-Shed at PM Studio

Posted on Thu 23 Oct 2008

e-shed steering group are now meeting regularly at the PM Studio on Thursday afternoons. At the moment they're working with Tim Crawley (e-shed co-ordinator), and me to put together this year's Electric December which will in...

Gadget club

Posted on Wed 22 Oct 2008

John Honniball joined Constance and Tarim in the studio today to prepare for gadget club which takes place for the first time on Saturday.

Playing chumby

Posted on Wed 22 Oct 2008

The studio has fallen in love with our chumby, which now it has been 'discovered' it runs on Linux, holds a whole new appeal. Studio resident Dane Watkins was the first to create a widget for the little screen - Target Art, a...


Potential Connections

Posted on Tue 21 Oct 2008

George and Helen are developing a project to be showcased as part of Encounters Film Festival (November 18th-23rd). Excerpt taken from page28 of the Festival Brochure. 'PotentIal connectIons''George and Helen are two digita...


Prototype Demo One: Typos and Team bonding

Posted on Mon 20 Oct 2008

The first official PMStudio blog for Happy Pacakges Phase 2. Many many things to discuss (What are we calling it? How best to describe it without giving the secret ingredient away? Who to pitch it to first? etc etc) but I'm g...

Dove Walking at the Pervasive Media Studio

Posted on Fri 17 Oct 2008

Last Wednesdays presents Dove Walking, a Big Draw Event  in support of

Memory Maps: Image, Place and Story

Posted on Wed 15 Oct 2008

At the beginning of July 2008 Constance went to Memory Maps: Image, Place and Story at the Faculty of English, University of Cambridge. It was run by the Centre for Research in the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities, wh...