Taran was recently invited to take part in Birmingham City Councils’ BeBoldBeBirmingham podcast.
This special podcast series was devised to shine a light on the beating heart of Brum in the run-up to the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games.
Hosted by Melzy J and Ben Kane, BeBoldBeBirmingham provides the perfect platform to showcase a diverse mix of Brums finest voices.
Taran joined Clayton Shaw from STEAMhouse to discuss the importance of technology and innovation. STEAM and how they feel each discipline compliments each other.
We were delighted to get the opportunity to be on the podcast. Taran3D has a close affinity with Birmingham 2022 having worked on the AR version of Perry the mascot in 2021.
We were thrilled to be involved with Birmingham 2022 on such an exciting project. The team loved working on the app and seeing it show our expertise in immersive tech to a global audience.
With Birmingham 2022 just around the corner, it’s time for our city to be loud & proud! If you haven’t already, check out the BeBoldBeBirmingham podcast here.
We’re excited to announce the launch of the brand new Birmingham Unity User Group (#BUUG) with our first event on Thursday 7th October 6pm – 8pm.
We set up this group to support the Unity community in Brum and help build meaningful connections, with the aim of bringung Brum based Unity users together to share, learn, collaborate and network.
BUUG will be a regular meet-up with special guest speakers to share their knowledge and give advice and support. These events are open to people of all levels of Unity experience – everyone is welcome!
Our first event is at BOM (Birmingham Open Media) a centre for art, technology & science dedicated to creative innovation with purpose. BOM is located in central Birmingham, less than a minute’s walk from New Street Station and the Bullring. You can find out more about this creative hub including directions at BOM
We have a brilliant lineup of guest speakers for the inaugural event including Simon Benson, founder of PlayStation VR, our friends at STEAMhouse Birmingham’s hub for innovation and our own Taran Singh.
We’re also introducing two of the brilliant students from the Niyo Enterprise XR Bootcamp who will be talking about their XR journey and attendees will be invited to bring their moves for our BUUG Beat Saber Battle.
Tune in for the latest edition of VR Birmingham on 24/3 where we’ll be discussing the topic of VR in Education.Read More
As part of DigiCities with BBC Academy, VR Birmingham provides amazing insight into the latest developments in new technology and we are thrilled to be involved again.
Taran, in collaboration with STEAMhouse will be hosting the upcoming event, VR Birmingham | VR for Film & TV which takes place on Wednesday 24th February 2021, 6pm – 7.30pm.Read More