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DT:TV Case Studies

Summary of Envirodigital video case studies and filmed talks

Hannah Rudman presents the case study of Claimexpenses.com
– a development to help freelancers calculate their CO2 footprint when working with different organisations, as well as claim travel expenses back:

Hannah Rudman presents the case study story of the virtual world digital content development that The Scape Trust have created at Timespan Arts & Heritage Centre & Museum, following a community archaeology project in Brora, a remote part of North East Scotland. Using Kinect technology (Microsoft XBox) in the museum, and 3D virtual reality software and the evidence from the archaeological dig, the 16th Century salt pans of Brora remain with us for exploration at Timespan and online, although coastal erosion due to climate change means they’re actually currently disappearing into the sea.

This drive through of Doune The Rabbit Hole Festival‘s car share website shows how the gocarshare system embedded in the festival’s website, and how a car share is set up. Doune The Rabbit Hole were able to create the digital system to enhance their festival’s environmental sustainability:

The National Piping Centre has been working to raise its live streaming capability and capacity to increase its international reach without its increasing carbon footprint. This case study shows how they’ve increased the reach and scale of live Scottish traditional music events from the centre, generating a new income stream, but saving a carbon footprint! Hannah Rudman goes to meet the team on the eve of a live streamed concert:

Case Study in Digital Development – The National Piping Centre from AmbITion on Vimeo.

YDance developed a digital hub to help them achieve their aims of engaging young people with great dance focussed education, participation and talent development.This case study story explores their thinking and rationale behind it, which includes a strong environmental sustainability aspect. Lessons and choreography tips have been put online to reduce YDance tutors’ carbon footprints:

The Screen Machine
in the UK’s only mobile cinema, bringing movie night to 34 remote communities of Scotland. Analysing Screen Machine’s carbon emissions has taken place through digital tools and technologies, as Hannah Rudman reports: