Digitising London – games, archaeology and augmented reality – Ravensbourne, London, 22 October 2015, 6-7.30pm Thu 22 October 2015, 6pm – 7.30pm at: The Walker Space (main auditorium on the ground floor) Ravensbourne 6 Penrose Way Greenwich Peninsula London SE10 0EW FREE, registration essential: http://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/research-late-digitising-london-tickets-18883318514 Ravensbourne and the Computer Arts Society introduce 3 speakers with new digital research projects. Foteini Aravani Digital Curator at the Museum of London is currently engaged in a new, experimental collecting project which focuses on video games that represent or misrepresent London in their narrative. Professor Stephen Scrivener Professor of Design at Chelsea, is a pioneer of practice-based research and digital art, and founding editor of the Inter-national Journal of Co-Design. He introduces some of his most recent research. Carl Smith Senior Research Fellow at the Learning Technology Research Centre at Ravensbourne, discusses our exciting new Horizon 2020 project WEKIT, about the future of augmented-reality education.