On the 14 October 2020 to mark the end of the OxChain project we hosted a live event from the Inspace Gallery, University of Edinburgh. What was planned to be a physical exhibition and event in the NESTA offices in London had to be moved on-line due to Covid19 restrictions.
The event invited leading figures from the charity sector, academics and policymakers to experience this new technology, live, and explore the potentials of those technologies for smarter donations.
You can catch up on the event by watching the films below:
Part 1: Welcome from Chris Speed
Welcome from Chris Speed (Director of Oxchain and Chair of Design Informatics, University of Edinburgh) followed by Virtual Tour of Seismic Seesaws exhibition from Jonathan Rankin (designer on Oxchain, University of Edinburgh)
Part 2: Introduction to the Smart donations App
Introduction to Smart Donations app from Ludwig Trotter (RA on Oxchain, University of Lancaster) and animation by Soapbox.
Part 3: Discussion Panel with live Qa&A
Panel discussion and Q&A with Chris Elsden, Josh Hallwright (Humanitarian Lead Oxfam Australia), Rhodri Davies (Charities Aid Foundation) and Loral Quinn (CEO Sustainably) followed by audience Q&A with Chris Speed and Ludwig Trotter.