This informal study space is supplied with a PC a Scanner, an Anglepoise lamp and an additional stool. Short screen provide some privacy without isolating the user. Additional power points are located within the screens. By: jisc_infonet
Minor activity of Aurora Borealis is easily recognized at left side of Earth’s limb in this 24-mm image photographed by one of the Expedition 30 crew members aboard the International Space station from approximately 240 miles above Earth. Clouds obscure what would be any recognizable points on the planet. A section of one of the [...]
Egocentric Space-Distorting Visualizations for Rapid Environment Exploration in Mobile Mixed Reality In To appear in VR 2010: Proceedings of the IEEE Conference on Virtual Reality, 2010 Most of todays mobile internet devices contain facilities to display maps of the users surroundings with points of interest embedded into the map. Other researchers have already explored complementary, [...]
Open access areas in the Learning Gateway are valuable informal learning spaces e.g. for peer-to-peer conversations, time and space for reflection and for relaxation or time-out from study. Electricity points in the floor space enable users to plug in their laptops or other electronic equipment. Floor-to-ceiling windows provide natural daylight and views outside. Openable windows [...]
The Lockheed Martin-built Orion Multi-Purpose Crew Vehicle takes shape for advanced missions capable of safely transporting humans to asteroids, Lagrange Points and other deep space destinations that will put us on an affordable and sustainable path to Mars.