Bristol academic scoops top TV award
7 March 2013
A Bristol chemical physicist was one of the creative brains who led a unique fusion of art and quantum mechanics honoured at the Royal Television Society Awards, West of England.
Hidden Fields, a high-impact dance performance, picked up the Best Digital Innovation award for its stunning visuals and self-composing soundscapes that help showcase the technology of danceroom Spectroscopy (dS).
The brainchild of Dr David Glowacki from the School of Chemistry, dS is a real-time, immersive technology that allows people to see and hear how their own energy fields interact with the matrix of hidden energy fields and atomic dynamics that surround us all.
Dr Glowacki, along with choreographer Laura Kriefman and digital artist Phill Tew, received the award at the ceremony, held at the Bristol Old Vic on 24 February, from Bristol Mayor George Ferguson.