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WebRTC – The future of web communications?

WebRTC, short for Web Real Time Communications started attracting the attention of developers at the end of 2012, and is tipped to start gaining traction in both the web design and developer communities in 2013 as the specification begins to mature. So what exactly does WebRTC do and how does it work?  The goal of […]

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New digital media equipment

In addition to our existing equipment, the School has recently invested in some state of the art digital media equipment. Some of the larger items include: a 12 camera motion capture system, a Libec Swift Jib, Dolly and Tripod system. For students interested in Photography & Videography, the following items will be of particular interest: […]

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Some product releases are revolutionary, and some are evolutionary. It’s a bit more rare that they can be both. Whereas the Dreamweaver CS5.5 release may seem simply evolutionary given the “point-five” version number, the features contained within are highly focused to help you spark your own project-based multiscreen revolution, while only requiring a minor evolutionary […]

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Image of one of our main computer labs after being fitted out with new HP machines

Lab PC upgrade 2012

As part of our three year cycle to replace PC’s we had a modest update this year of 57 machines. 44 of these were for lab C27/28 in St Andrew Street.   The boxes arrived on Friday 13th January and were hastily unpacked into another lab while the exams were going on. Once the exams […]

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