1. Circular Audiometry


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    A robotic sound installation premiered @ galéria ± 0,0 in Slovakia. Think of it as psychology meets science and art in a bewildering test of your sense of sound.

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    • Trinity Economic Forum 2015


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      Mazars were delighted to sponsor the Trinity Economic Forum 2015. This is Ireland’s first student economics forum. TEF is a unique two day forum that combines individual talks and panels with collaborative workshops that allow all delegates to interact with speakers and panelists alike. TEF delegates form an integral function of both the keynote speeches and panel discussions over the two days, featuring Ireland’s top economists and business and political leaders. Mazars partner, Mark Kennedy was on the panel discussing the housing crises in Ireland today. http://trinityeconomicforum.ie

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      • MMI Annual Scientific Meeting 2014


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        This video is about the Molecular Medicine Ireland Annual Scientific Meeting 2014. The MMI Education & Training Annual Scientific Meeting brings together our research students, with clinical and non-clinical backgrounds and based in five academic institutions, alongside the broader clinical & translational research community. The result is a stimulating day of research presentations, briefings on key infrastructures and opportunities to discuss your work in a national and international context.

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        • The Sawchestra Performance at Southbank's Merge Festival


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          One of a series of films produced for the first season "Frequencies: Tune into Life" with Science Gallery London. This features the Sawchestra performance which was based on the diary of a Student Midwife.

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          • Sawchestra : Riverside Stage 27/9/14


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            A short edit of a mesmerising and pleasantly haunting performance by Sawchestra at the Riverside Stage during this years ongoing Merge Festival. http://mergefestival.co.uk

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            • Nick Jones and the Porters of Guy's and St Thomas' Hospital


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              One of a series of films produced for the first season "Frequencies: Tune into Life" with Science Gallery London. This film sound artist Nick Jones following the Porters around the hospital at Guy's & St Thomas'.

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              • The Sawchestra, a Student Midwife and Music Producer Lazrjet


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                One of a series of films produced for the first season "Frequencies: Tune into Life" with Science Gallery London. This film features collaborations between a student midwife, the Sawchestra and music producer Lazrjet.

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                • The Right to Education and the Right to Achieve your Potential


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                  A group of teenagers from Daingean Youth Club in County Offaly, who are funded by the Irish Youth Foundation, visit Science Gallery and Makehop in Trinity College Dublin. They learn all about the amazing world of FAT, and in Makeshop they learn how to solder and build an LED torch for themselves. They talk to us about what inspires them and how important it is to learn about different areas and develop new skills. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Rights of the Child Listen to your rights on the It's Your Right website: http://itsyourright.ie/know-your-rights/ Article 17: https://audioboo.fm/boos/2100361-it-s-your-right-article-17-un-convention-on-the-rights-of-the-child You have the right to get information that is important to your well-being, from radio, newspaper, books, computers and other sources. Adults should make sure that the information you are getting is not harmful, and help you find and understand the information you need. Article 29: https://audioboo.fm/boos/2039633-it-s-your-right-article-29-un-convention-on-the-rights-of-the-child?playlist_direction=forward Your education should help you use and develop your talents and abilities. It should also help you learn to live peacefully, protect the environment and respect other people. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- Full Transcript 00:07 Diane McSweeney; Science Gallery is 5 years old. 00:10 Diane; We do 4 to 5 exhibitions a year ranging on topics from synthetic biology to fat, which is on currently. 00:16 Diane; We’re all about bringing people together and you can go and look at something and touch something and learn something and be really, really excited. 00:26 Sabina Cotter; My name is Sabina Cotter and I work with the Irish Youth Foundation. 00:29 Sabina; Our mission is to ensure that young people all over Ireland have equal opportunities. 00:38 Sabina; We fund projects for children living in disadvantaged areas, especially in the area of education. 00: 42 Sabina; And we believe for young people in Ireland, achievement starts with opportunity. 00:49 Orla; Daingean Youth Club is currently going for the last 10 years. 00:52 Orla; We have a club of about 80 members. We do a variety of different things. We try to generally try to have it as a social base where kids can interact with each other under supervision but also that they are part of the community. 01:07 Tara; I go to Youth Club because we do loads of sports there and you get to meet your friends and socialise with people. 01:15 Killian; Normally what we do is we just play games. We have a Playstation we can play or we just talk with each other. 01:20 Tour guide; That’s the fat and then it get’s absorbed up the wick and that’s how it burns, so it kind of absorbs up. 01:26 Saoirse; I like the experiments parts of science like mixing with reactions and having fun and learning about how things react. 01:37 Diarmuid; I just like finding out how things work and the reasons things work. After coming to the Science Gallery, I want to, when I go home, I want to start doing stuff and looking things up on the internet. 01:51 Kayleigh; Yeah it really surprised me because I mean, I could see whatother scientists created and found out. There’s probably a million more things we could find out in the future. I want to be one of those people who discover something. 02:03 Diane; I kind of see Make Shop as Science Gallery’s little brother in some ways . 02:10 Diane; It’s nerdy and hands on and a place where you go and you can build something from scratch. 02:14 Male shop worker; It’s great to have yee here today all the way up from Offaly. 02:18 Male shop worker; We’re going to make torches today and to make torches, you learn the skill of soldering so… Diane; I think it makes everything more tangible. You know, you wanna be able to feel something and touch it and it makes the experience all the more real. 02:33 Diarmuid; I’m really interested in metalwork and electronics and stuff. When I make something and it works well, I feel really happy and happy with myself. 02:47 Saoirse; I really doing stuff with my hands. I feel like when you see an idea, you kinda feel like 02:55 Saoirse; Oh yeah, I might be able to do something like that but maybe make it like, my own, original. 03:01 Saoirse; I think it’s really enjoyable to come to things like this and see what other people have done.

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                  • CityWide - VFX Summit


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                    Adventures in visual effects as well as a chat with Eoghan Cuneen, co-founder of the VFX and Animation Summit await our audience in this next piece! With some nifty visual delights as well as a spectacle in verbal antics, this segment is a feast for the eyes and ears! Blurb by Susan Jackson. Producer: Mark Dyer. Presenter: Eoin O':Lathain. Vision Mixer: Declan Egan, Audio Mixer: Mark Dyer. Edited by Barry Morey

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                      This video is a repost from http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4nUd1fTp87U BIONIC ROSHAMBO Two-player arcade game, 2012 Kieran Nolan [IE] "He watched the kids stand in front of the machines, their bony arms like umbilical cords joining human and machine. He asked the kids questions about what made a good game. Arawaka realized the most successful games had something that players couldn't articulate. The words used to describe them were usually reserved to describe forms of intimacy between people. It was as if the players and the game itself had somehow merged." —Page 83, 'Game Over--Nintendo's battle to dominate video games', David Sheff, 1993, Coronet Books Bionic Roshambo was built in 2002 as the practice based element of Kieran Nolan's MA in Interactive Media thesis. It explored the symbolism of the hand as a link between humans and machines, drawing upon a number of influences, including science fiction notions of human-machine hybridity, and custom arcade cabinet design. Essentially, it's a version of 'Rock, Paper, Scissors' that is controlled by hand gestures, providing the user with the sensation that they are truly interfaced and 'at one' with the machine. The project was initially focused more on technology than usability, but over time developed into the tailoring of an interface solution for a specific task, where the technology ended up enabling the idea, rather than overly influencing it. It uses a prototype arcade cabinet featuring a pair of custom-built glove controllers and runs on a standard PC. The controller interface is a hacked PC keyboard, modified to capture the three iconic hand gestures of 'rock', 'paper' and 'scissors'. The glove controller cords form a symbolic umbilical link between the game players and the arcade cabinet. What was achieved was a two-player arcade experience that takes a culturally transcending game concept, and translates it to the arcade gaming domain. The end result is an original approach to video gaming, and an engaging experience for users. More information at http://kierannolan.com/control

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