#hexology / Arts & Culture
Street Performers Use #hex

Street Performers Use #hex

Street performers are attractions that draw people to places and sometimes I’ve stopped to watch and listen, and thought: “Wow.. they’re good!” Yet rarely do I reach out to find out more, perhaps I’m in a rush, too busy or not in the mood to engage. What ever the...

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Immersive Fiction #hexology

Immersive Fiction #hexology

Immersive Fiction are potent buzzwords within the Creative Industries fraternity, from Writers, Film Directors, Software Developers and Virtual Reality Engineers, the term has different meaning. Yet at it’s root, there is a mutual understanding that new technology is...

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Moving Fans

Moving Fans

How to create incentives that drive audiences to events using #hexology - this is one way to do it! Singer Sarah-Jane Morris and Virtuoso Guitarist Antonio Forcione gave the audience at Brighton’s Komedia exclusive access to a very special recording via hexapp last...

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#hexology & the photographer

#hexology & the photographer

Great photographs tell a story, and at hexology we are all about enhancing objects, spaces and places with digital information for others to discover. So what if we could enhance a photograph to tell the story, behind the story? You might wonder.. What's really going...

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You had to be there to #hex it!

You had to be there to #hex it!

The amazing Sarah Jane Morris will be one of the first to trial hex at her gigs to give the fans who are there an extra bit of her magic to take home. @SarahJaneMorri3 Sarah-Jane rocked to stardom as a member of The Communards and has been wowing audiences ever since....

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Radio Radio

Radio Radio

We've become radioheads over at hexology HQ. Well, if we can put things in objects and places with hexology, why can't we put hour long documentaries in a QR code on a big yellow bus making its way to Calais? Refugees looking for a little warmth can at least feel the...

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Nature’s Virtual Tour

Nature’s Virtual Tour

Sussex is full of writers, artists, poets and musicians, and the woods and Downs bear the footprints of the walkers who have plotted their novels and shared their yarns over hundreds - maybe thousands of years; Virginia Woolf, head down, marching across Mount...

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