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Working with technology consultancy TTP, this workshop developed concepts for humanitarian relief in an African conflict zone, as an intentionally non-Western context for catering infrastructure. The workshop allowed participants to explore alternative solutions within a context of media role-play around a situation map augmented with 3D sketch prototypes.
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Working with technology consultancy TTP, this workshop developed concepts for humanitarian relief in an African conflict zone, as an intentionally non-Western context to experiment with alternative catering infrastructure technologies. The workshop allowed participants to explore alternative solutions within a context of media role-play around a situation map augmented with 3D sketch prototypes.
  
 
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* Gino Henry (Public Health Engineer)
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* Neil Owen (TTP)
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* John Stanton (TTP)
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Latest revision as of 17:46, 5 September 2014

Working with technology consultancy TTP, this workshop developed concepts for humanitarian relief in an African conflict zone, as an intentionally non-Western context to experiment with alternative catering infrastructure technologies. The workshop allowed participants to explore alternative solutions within a context of media role-play around a situation map augmented with 3D sketch prototypes.

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