This project was funded by the Digital R&D Fund for the Arts (a partnership between Nesta, Arts Council England and the Arts and Humanities Research Council).
This research project looked at how immersive digital technology can create learning opportunities for young people to enhance their creativity, language and communication skills.
Threeways hosted and led many of the investigative workshops, with Ben Edwards and Lucy Heaton taking a great part in the research supported by the project team. On its completion the resulting open source software was made freely available to use by all. More info here: http://thesparkarts.co.uk/popupplay/about.html