Science Fiction (SF) Prototyping is an approach to understanding the future impact of current and developing technology. Developed by Brian Johnson, as part of Intel's Tomorrow Project, it explores our possible futures through fact-based, science-based fiction. We will look at the advantages of SF prototyping, examples, tools to support science fiction prototyping, and work on our own SF prototype. See also Creative Science Foundation 2nd International Workshop and Intel Tomorrow Project
Dr Neil McBride Centre for Computing and Social Responsibility
How TDC lunchtimes work
TDC Lunchtimes offer an opportunity to mix informally with colleagues from across the university. There is always a pot of tea on the go so why not bring your sandwiches and enjoy lunch with us? This term we meet every Wednesday for an hour from 1pm-2pm. There will be a talk or video or workshop for about 30 minutes, then the rest of the time will be taken up with conversation and networking around the teapot.
The TDC is based in the old surgery behind Fletcher building, No.36 on the Campus Map. Access is by staff card, or ring the doorbell