Our work has been widely used in education around the world including schools and universities and also less formal settings such as museums and a zoo. Our images have also been used by Al Gore and the UK Government’s Chief Scientist, in public programmes and for specialists in automotive and other sectors.
In a recent project we worked with Paul Lunt from Plymouth University who has been researching the carbon sequestration in peatlands. He needed a set of images that would help visualise the data and measurements that had been collected from Fox Tor Mire in Dartmoor. These images were needed for his audience, the general public and landowners, to help them see the invisible volumes of carbon captured over a period of time at Fox Tor Mire. You can read more about this project here
For another project we worked with the University of the West of England (UWE) to help them visualise the real time monthly and annual carbon emissions of every building on their different campuses in Bristol. For this we improved our existing prototype of a carbon and energy visualiser. This resulted an interactive web-tool that was faster and smoother in operation and allowed staff and students to view on smart phones, tablets and full sized screens. Real World Visuals is now re-working this prototype into a fully functioning campus engagement tool that we can provide for any university. Have a play with the visualiser here.
See details on our past projects with educators below
Please get in touch if you have a communication challenge you think we can help with.