ginger coons - Ubiquitous Monsters

5G Fellowship Talks

Layered Realities Weekend 5G Showcase

Season

Please note: this season finished in March 2018

What differences might 5G make to culture, society and economy? What opportunities or challenges will this seamless connectivity across a city unlock? Join Watershed's group of 5G Fellows as they share their creative responses to this new technology.


Previous events in this season

Dimitra Simeonidou - Bristol 5G Testbed: Opportunities for Digital Transformation 5G Fellowship Talks

Dimitra Simeonidou - Bristol 5G Testbed: Opportunities for Digital Transformation
Sat 17 March 16:00
Talk
In this talk Professor Dimitra Simeonidou, Director of the Smart Internet Lab at University of Bristol, will explore questions such as: what is 5G? Why do we need it? And what will the 5G future look like?

Stuart Nolan - Reaching out - Touch and 5G 5G Fellowship Talks

Stuart Nolan - How does the future of touch link with 5G?
Sat 17 March 15:00
Talk
Stuart Nolan explores and questions how 5G can impact our sense of physical, mental and emotional connection: what does it mean for imagination, synchronicity, empathy, knowledge and touch?

Jake Applebee - What is the future of music as a cultural experience? 5G Fellowship Talks

Jake Applebee - What is the future of music as a cultural experience?
Sat 17 March 14:00
Talk
Jake Applebee, co-founder of Crack Magazine, discusses the possibilities 5G might present in the music industry, from live-streaming to virtual reality, augmented reality and more.

ginger coons - 5G for Social Good 5G Fellowship Talks

ginger coons - Ubiquitous Monsters
Sat 17 March 13:00
Talk
ginger coons will explore what might happen to privacy and (in)equality in a 5G future, imagining how these issues could be exacerbated in a future of 'ubiquitous computing'.

Tim Kindberg - Experiences for Crowds 5G Fellowship Talks

Tim Kindberg - Experiences for Crowds
Sat 17 March 12:00
Talk
Tim Kindberg considers what types of experiences people can have when using mobile phones simultaneously, en masse: how they are designed, what people are prepared to do, and what type of coordination is involved.