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Project Description

The aim of the proposed project is to facilitate multi-disciplinary knowledge exchange events to explore the development of Immersive technologies within Scotland.
1. To establish a consolidated network of key stakeholders (academic, industry, cultural and government organisations) for Scotland’s immersive future;
2. To facilitate cross-discipline knowledge exchange opportunities to enhance Scottish Immersive technology development in line with the UKRI’s immersive technology strategies;
3. To explore the support needs for micro & SMEs, as well as cultural organisations and Scotland’s creative industries through an Immersive Scotland network to adapt to the changes caused by Covid-19;
4. To investigate and determine a long-term sustainability strategy for an Immersive Scotland network;
5. To develop funding applications to progress the long-term development of an Immersive Scotland network;
6. To develop national and international collaborations.

Status Project Live
Funder(s) Royal Society of Edinburgh
Value £18,619.00
Project Dates Mar 31, 2021 - Mar 30, 2023

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