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Futures

An arts-science collaboration exploring the worlds of quantum and virtual reality.

 

In collaboration with researchers from the University of Bristol, we are exploring the cutting-edge worlds of quantum and virtual reality.

 

We are learning how quantum science is moving from the theoretical to the real, and is set to change the world!  Working with the people at the forefront of this science, we are unlocking ethical conversations about the future of quantum, and finding new ways to communicate its importance to the world.

 

As immersive technologies like virtual reality look set to become part of our everyday existence, we are exploring the ethics and societal issues of this cutting-edge science. We are devising new ways of communicating developments in the technology, and of harnessing conversations around ethics, philosophy, and the human experience.

 

The project is culminating in a series of workshops and micro-performances in summer 2019, designed to provoke an ethical conundrum for the future and share cutting-edge research with you, the public.

 

In the meantime, follow our journey over at our blog Welcome to Tomorrow!

 

Project

Futures is part of a year-long collaboration with researchers from the QET (Quantum Engineering Technologies) Labs and the Virtual Realities: Immersive Documentary Encounters project team at the University of Bristol, supported by the Public Engagement team and in partnership with We The Curious, Knowle West Media Centre, and a number of Bristol schools.

 

Futures is a Knowledge Transfer Secondment funded by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) and the University of Bristol.

 

Dates

VR100
Thursday 11 July 2019
6.30pm
Bristol (venue to be confirmed)

 

Qupid
Friday 5 July 2019
6.30pm
Bristol (venue to be confirmed)

 

Questioning Quantum Workshop
Thursday 20 June 2019
6.45pm
We The Curious, Bristol

 

VR: Living in a Material World Workshop
Thursday 23 May 2019
6.45pm
We The Curious, Bristol

 

Futures Workshops (for schools only)
27 February – 3 April 2019
Bristol

 

Contact

For further information on Futures, please contact Sarah at kiltersarahp@gmail.com.