Digital Disruption exhibition at Caloundra Regional Gallery
Caloundra Regional Gallery is kicking off the launch of the Inaugural Sunshine Coast New Media Award Exhibition with Digital Disruption, an interactive showcase of new media, design innovation and future thinking. Featuring a six-legged electric walking machine that blows bubbles, absurd and whimsical machines and the Pixel Mosaic life-sized interactive artwork of colour and light, these incredible works will inspire and delight! The New Media Art Prize and Digital Disruption exhibition offers workshops, forums, seminars and on the ground discussions as we interact with and get a chance to…Read more
CoderDojo Sunshine Coast Term 1 2015
This page has been archived. For information on current coding workshops please visit: ​ Are you looking to inspire the next generation? CoderDojo Sunshine Coast is starting its next series of workshops on 14 February and is looking for mentors to help out. Anyone can be a mentor. You don’t need to be an expert in coding – all you need is a passion for helping kids learn. Mentors are often asked to guide kids with ideas, point them to other kids who have the knowledge or call for help from a lead mentor. If you have an interest in coding, technology and…Read more
Pixel Mosaic digital art project
If you were to describe yourself as a sequence of colours, what would it look like? That’s the challenge going out to school students to participate in Pixel Mosaic, a world-first interactive digital art project to be featured at the Caloundra Regional Gallery early next year. “I want these kids to reflect about what makes them ‘them’ – if they had to summarise their personality in 20 seconds, what would that look like in colour?” project artist and serial inventor Mic Black said. Using an online app, which features interactive educational games explaining colour theory and creative…Read more
Internet of things summit 2015
Each year, the Australian Information Industry association (AIIA) hosts a Navigating Summit, seeking to explore the value that cutting edge technology can bring to Australia and Australian Government Policy and its operation. This series is designed by thought leaders and industry experts to facilitate debate and discussion on key issues relevant to the ICT industry and Government across Australia. On 26 March the AIIA will shine a spotlight on IoT, and the profound transformative impact of ubiquitous and intelligent ‘connectivity’ on the economy, society, business and government. Key segment…Read more
iAwards nominations
Nominations for the 2015 iAwards have now opened. If you or your company have created an innovative ICT product or solution, then nominate today. The iAwards showcase excellence across five domains and 17 categories and recognises product innovation, project excellence and entrepreneurial courage. For more than 20 years the iAwards have recognised and celebrated the achievements and innovation made in ICT across all areas of the economy. The iAwards honour companies at the cutting edge of technology innovation and through the Student Domain, celebrate the up and coming innovators of the…Read more
Facebook icons
The Sunshine Coast has the second highest number of Facebook users per capita, with 82% of residents using the social network, according to research by The Creative Collective and its sister company The Training Collective. For the second consecutive year, the Sunshine Coast-based creative agencies have conducted research across Australia’s major cities and towns into the number of users on two of the more popular social networks – Facebook and LinkedIn. Figures sourced direct from the social networks and compared against the 2013 Australian Bureau of Statistics estimates revealed that Darwin…Read more