Neil is a designer and academic with experience of working across a range of disciplines, media and industry sectors including, Transport for London. Neil's work has been selected for inclusion in the Design Museum Permanent Collection and he received a D&AD Award for his work on the launch collection of luxury goods for Connolly London.
Neil has worked closely with various academic institutions including leading the business development for Northumbria University's outward facing Design Research Centre and as a Senior Lecturer in Interaction Design at the Royal Collage of Art in London. Currently Neil works for Bath Spa University creating and developing technology enhanced learning experiences.
Forest Portals uses augmented reality to allow visitors to Forest of Imagination to explore global forests. Specially selected doors around Bath Abbey become portals to discover forests around the world. Each Portal offers a glimpse into a beautiful, enchanting place including Madagascar’s Spiny Forests and underwater Kelp Forests in the Pacific Ocean, and find out why we need to look after these special places.
Coming soon a new immersive experience as part of this year’s Forest of Imagination centred around Bath Abbey.
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A one minute video showing the process of throwing a pot in ice cream, the texture changes as it melts and we re-freeze it using liquid nitrogen to extend the working time. The liquid nitrogen evaporates very quickly so although Charlie needs gloves when pouring it by the time David comes to re-work the ice-cream there is no danger of frostbite.