Timeline of news on media, milestones etc
Stay tuned for our videogame workshop on May 26 at the DCAC Digitla Creativity conference in Greece and some other contributions to other parts of this festival. We will reveal some insights of the social-affective mechanics of timbi.world and plans for modularisation of the videogame.
We are delighted to give back to the SUCCESS Accelerator programme by becoming Alumni Ambassadors. In 2021 we have been invited to a series of meetings with the new ARC Accelerator cohort (a rebrand of the SUCCESS Programme). In our first meeting last January, we were highly impressed to learn about the exciting propositions by the new academic and social entrepreneurs. We will watch this space closely!
For more information visit ARC Accelerator.
ASPECT/ARC is a first-of-its-kind opportunity specifically designed to propel social science academics and researchers to develop ideas based on their research into businesses or ventures to help people, society and the economy.
Very thankful to Ian Tracey and Nicola Musgrove for the invitation to attend their “Good Grant Guide” workshop on Tuesday 26th of January 2021. Very excited about the prospects and potential partnerships emerging
We are very excited to see Timbila Live Aid game among the three finalists. Results to be announced on November 21st, 2020. More details about the candidates for other categories (films, documentaries etc) For more click here
1st November 2020
Our first ever in-game multiplayer concert at Timbi world Arena Island (first expansion), with guest performer and long-time collaborator Thought Universe (live synthesizers) . It was absolute madness!! Thank you all the attendees and congratulations to our invited guest Thought Universe (aka Mark Pilkington) and his Manchester Sound.
Thrilled to announce that our game TimbilaLiveAid has been shortlisted for the Best Video Game Award by the Acadèmia Valenciana Audiovisual!!
Check the list of candidates here
Sept 19th, 2020 - 60% collected!
Message from Francisco Vinho, founder of Maputo Skate to our donors.
5 September 2020: First day of fundraising. Thank you!!!!
August 31st, 2020 - WEB LAUNCH!
People have been asking for further information concerning our Timbila Live Aid game for Sound Campus (Ars Electronica) so we finally have some news for you! Here is our new website.
July 8th, 2020 - ASPECT INTERVIEW
The SUCCESS programme is helping social scientists transform innovative and marketable ideas into a business or social enterprise.
We spoke to Ricardo Climent – Professor of Interactive Music, University of Manchester, and Founder of Keep•It•Human – about his ambitious project and what he’s hoping to get out of the SUCCESS programme. Read more below.
March 4th, 2020 - Our SUCCESS 2020 Venture Idea accepted!
TITLE: Keep it Human – a gamified live musical battle. So, we are now committed to Success 2020, a 9-month programme run by ASPECT, for social science researchers developed through collaboration between LSE, University of Manchester, University of Sussex, University of Oxford, University of Sheffield, University of Glasgow and Cardiff University. So we are asked to develop a social sciences venture idea to be presented at a VC Pitch investment day in early November.