Home » About DAPE » Projects OUR PROJECTS Check below for details of projects undertaken by our associates and members of the Digital Arts Programme Eastleigh. Projects in Development Artwork Videos An online video portal founded by Eugenio Carmo for artists to post tutorials and educational courses in order to promote their work. Blood and Valour The tales of Sir Bevis of Hampton rewritten as a comic book, created by illustrator Marcus Pullen of Blue Donut Studios and writer Matt Beames. Digital Habitat An installation currently in development by artist James Paddock, exploring the relationship between humans and the ‘digital forest’ that we inhabit. Grace Dieu Virtual Museum A website using augmented reality technology that will focus on the planned archaeological dig of the Grace Dieu wreck, developed by Blue Donut Studios. LAND PROJECT A collaborative project between Lisa Parra (USA) and Daniel Pinheiro (Portugal) for developing methods of creating live performative work using telecommunication technologies. Line Adam Carter-Groves’ card game, inspired by 90’s skateboarding video games, in which players must try to put together the best trick sequence possible. Ruddy Vikings A strategic card game developed by Rounded Squarish that pits players of ages 7+ against each other in the aim of becoming the ultimate Viking leader. Scotoma Nick Parton’s latest creation is ‘a stark, puzzle-driven horror game for the internet age that combines the oppressive atmosphere of Silent Hill with the demented glitchiness of Aphex Twin.’ SPIT.red A business journalism channel developed by icm Reporting that takes a more experimental approach to reporting, looking at Sustainability, People, Innovation and Trading (SPIT). Story Shuffle A trans-media storytelling trail to encourage children to read and write more, utilising the Story Shuffle app, currently being developed by TinRaven. Completed Projects Harry’s Hampshire Augmented Reality Map A wearable, interactive map of Hampshire created by Splashmaps and Blue Donut Studios detailing the locations visited by Henry V before the battle of Agincourt. Available to purchase here. Agincourt Augmented Reality Exhibition 12 pop-up panels that use augmented reality technology to create an interactive exhibition telling the story of the Road to Agincourt. The King’s Great Ships Trail An interactive walkway at Manor Farm and Country Park to guide visitors towards the wreck of Henry V’s ship, the Grace Dieu, using augmented reality panels.