Robot Building in Basildon

In the past three months we’ve worked with over 250 people to get creative with code and explore how tech affects the way we talk. At the halfway mark of our Bit Time project in Basildon, its a perfect moment to reflect on some of the reoccurring themes which have cropped up as we ask people of all ages “how...

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Autism Friendly Creative Digital Workshops

Thanks to funding from BBC Children In Need, Signals are offering 8 autism friendly creative digital workshops including film, animation and video game making for ages 11-18. These workshops are primarily for those on the autistic spectrum but we welcome young people with other Special Educational Needs also.

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Winter Wildlife Video Game Masterclass

Over 3 days participants worked with Aidan from Teaboy Games to make wildlife themed video games to be installed in an arcade cabinet at Fingringhoe Wick Nature Reserve. Using the Construct3 game design software, participants made video games inspired by the environments, animals and stories of Fingringhoe Wick – the nature reserve Signals has documented through a variety of creative...

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Bit Time Basildon – Tech, Talk and Tinker

How does technology affect the way we communicate? Bit Time is an intergenerational project exploring how different generations engage with the tools we use to keep in touch. Signals is excited to be offering a series of FREE artist-led workshops across Basildon for both older and young people to work with artists and create interactive artworks for an exhibition using...

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