Nano Simbox is hiring

Nano Simbox is hiring

Nano Simbox, an immersive digital science laboratory developed by the company behind Danceroom Spectroscopy (Interactive Scientific Ltd.), are expanding their team, and looking for a software developer and administrator to work alongside a multidisciplinary team of chemists, physicists, artists, computer scientists and educators. Find out more on the Nano Simbox website, or follow the links […]

Bhutan International Festival

Bhutan International Festival

Four members of the danceroom Spectroscopy (dS) team – artist Becca Rose, musician Lee J. Malcolm, and University of Bristol PhD students Mike O’Connor and Mike Limb – recently returned from a magical 10-day installation at the first ever Bhutan International Festival (BhIF). dS was installed in a custom built geodesic-dome, nestled in the foothills […]

US Debut of Hidden Fields

US Debut of Hidden Fields

            The dS team are gearing up to go on tour. Hidden Fields will make it’s US debut on March 12-14 at Z Space in San Francisco (info and tickets), with a preview performance at Stanford Art Gallery on March 11 (info).

Interactive visualisation of the nano-world set to change the way chemistry & physics is taught in schools.

Interactive visualisation of the nano-world set to change the way chemistry & physics is taught in schools.

Cutting edge science communication company Interactive Scientific (iSci), renowned for their multi-award winning danceroom Spectroscopy (dS), a captivating visualisation of human energy fields interacting with the atomic world developed by Bristol’s Pervasive Media Studio residents Royal Society Research Fellow Dr. David Glowacki and Phill Tew, has been awarded SBRI funding from Innovate UK, the UK’s […]

Graphic / Web Design Position

Graphic / Web Design Position

UPDATE: THIS POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED danceroom Spectroscopy (dS) is looking to hire a designer or design agency to develop the visual identity of an educational science tool. dS is a unique interactive physics simulation that will be used to change the way that science is taught in UK schools. We have received a grant […]

Installation at Stanford

Installation at Stanford

dS will be exhibiting at Stanford Art Gallery 4-20 September. Come play in this interactive, multi-award winning installation rooted at the interface of interactive chemical physics, real-time supercomputing, digital art, and education. danceroom Spectroscopy (dS) interprets visitors as energy fields, allowing you to influence both sound and image using your movement. When: Sept 4 – […]

dS wins national Engage award!

dS wins national Engage award!

dS has won a national Engage Competition run by the National Co-coordinating Centre for Public Engagement (NCCPE). This is our 6th award in 2 years! The winners were announced at the national Engage Competition Awards ceremony on 11 June at the Natural History Museum. The competition forms part of Universities Week, a week-long celebration of […]

Hidden Fields 2014

Hidden Fields 2014

Check out the final cut of the Hidden Fields trailer.

The Art of Picturing Science

The Art of Picturing Science

Capturing an image of the nano-world is a challenge. Scientists don’t really know what the world looks like on the atomic level, but making research progress requires representations, whether it’s in terms of balls and sticks, blobs, or terraces. dS adds a new dimension: it puts us in the picture. During a dS installation, you […]

Seeing Sound Symposium @ Bath Spa University

Seeing Sound Symposium @ Bath Spa University

Researchers, academics, and sound artists congregated at Seeing Sound Symposium last weekend to discuss, watch, and ponder the art of the sound. We had a fantastic response to Hidden Fields, and photographer Paul Blakemore crafted some stunning images. Seeing Sound is an informal practice-led symposium, organized by dS composer Prof. Joseph Hyde. The symposium explores […]