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Developing the film

The horsefly, flying around a person The fly biting, breaking the surface The bacteria on the fly’s mandibles entering the body The bacteria multipling and spreading Cells near the bite bursting and releasing histomines Other cells eating bacteria The cell … Continue reading

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Blister Cinema 2 photo is Wellcome Trust’s ‘image of the week’

We’re delighted that a 360 degree image of our interactive work Tracer in Blister Cinema 2 has been selected for the Wellcome Trust’s ‘image of the week’. Click here to see selected image.

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360 degree camera

First photo with our new PixPro SP360 camera.  We’ll be using it to film sequences for dome projection and to capture interactions as well.

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getting bigger

more dome construction experiments – this one is made with 2mm corrugated plastic and sellotape, the gaffer tape on the front will be coming off tomorrow.

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Horsefly lands in Margate

Horsefly at Panay Fashion We’ll be starting our Battle of Blister project in February as part of GEEK 2015, Margate.  Here’s our window promotion to pique interest. Horsefly at night

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The Horse-fly

We’ve decided to go with the horse-fly as the biter. Horse-fly bites are painful, and as they rip apart your flesh to suck your blood they can leave behind several nasty bacteria including an evil one called Francisella Tularensis. This … Continue reading

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Fluidics

Started looking at some very simple fluid simulations – this one is based on a simplified Navier Stokes model which was adapted from various open processing programmers including Phagor . Our scientist said that Blister Fluidics was not much studied area … Continue reading

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