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In July we supported two of our favourite Professors and their teams in an event at Cheltenham Music festival. We held an event comparing practice and performance between music and surgery using the simulations we have created for the Royal College of Music. Visitors to the event at the Parabola Arts Centre were able to […]
We at Studiohead are very proud to be part of the team behind Professor Roger Kneebone and Dr Fernando Bello’s work at Imperial College London. In this video from the first ever TEDMED outside the U.S. Roger shares some insights into their work. This video features some our simulation design work, as well as our […]
We presented our recent project grouple.cc at Aging 2.0 london recently, and it features in this great write up of the seminar by Deborah Gale: http://www.bioethics.ac.uk/news/Google-Innovatation-and-Ageing.php To quote Deborah: “…Matthew Harrison the co–founder of Collaborative Caring and in conjunction with five designers and developers has created an online tool for managing and monitoring the involvement, […]
Our two favourite professors, Prof Aaron Williamon (Royal College of Music) and Prof Roger Kneebone (Imperial College School of Medicine) discuss the use of simulation in teaching surgery and musical performance on BBC Radio 3. http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b01ptw12 Studiohead have played a key role in the development of both of these simulations. We have worked for several […]
photo by Adam Oliver Studiohead director Cian Plumbe presents Grouple to the audience of the Design Council’s Living Well with Dementia launch, sharing the podium with Paul Burstow MP, David Kester, CEO of the Design Council and Baroness Sally Greengross . Grouple recieved a very warm reaction from the crowd, as did the other four […]
Studiohead in collaboration with Louise Wilson, Meike Walcha and Ifung Lu are launching “Grouple” today at the Design Council, supported by the Department of Health. The website was created as part of the Design Council’s Living Well with Dementia Challenge. Grouple is a private online hub for families caring for someone with dementia. It provides […]
A really fascinating day with the Imperial College team in the Science Museum learning from the pioneers of keyhole surgery, out of retirement to relive the old ways of doing things (when I say old I mean in the 1980s).
Today we are assisting with a surgical reenactment, exploring the birth of keyhole surgery with the pioneering surgeons who actually did it. The reenactment is taking place in the science museum’s operating theatre from 1983, augmented with our new simulated ‘C-arm’ radiology machine.