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Enter the Stargate: Seeing the Invisible
You can’t see it, you can’t feel it yet a mysterious force surrounds us. But unlike Luke Skywalker you won’t need a light saber to harness it: enter The Satimo Stargate 64.

The enormous tech boom in mobile and wearable devices means that radio waves and the intricate understanding of them are now high on the scientific agenda.

Local tech giants Cambridge Consultants has acquired a ‘Stargate 64’ anechoic radio test facility to help maximise performance of the wireless products it develops – particularly in the rapidly growing connected wearable technology sector.

The Satimo Stargate 64 – named after its ring of 64 test antennas that looks like the portal from a sci-fi movie – is within a fully anechoic 6m-cube test chamber. It can perform full three-dimensional measurements and visualisations of the performance of both the radio and antennas of devices over the air – enabling body-worn products and their antennas to be accurately measured in situ.

We go behind the scenes at Cambridge Consultants to take a look at the amazing Stargate 64 and meet with their Head of Wireless Tim Fowler to find out how they are seeing the invisible.

To learn more about Cambridge Consultants and their state-of-the-art facilities please visit:
http://www.cambridgeconsultants.com/media/press-releases/stargate-investment-wearable-tech-boom

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When is a System Complex? University of Cambridge
Flocking birds, weather patterns, commercial organisations, swarming robots… Increasingly, many of the systems that we want to engineer or understand are said to be ‘complex’. But what does this mean? How do these so-called ‘complex systems’ differ from the more easily understood systems that we are familiar with?

Cambridge Filmworks have worked with the University of Cambridge to help produce a brand new animation exploring complex systems.

To find out more on complexity and modularity, please visit: http://complexityprimer.eng.cam.ac.uk/

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Virtual Reality in the Stargate
The Satimo Stargate 64 Chamber is a unique environment.

Named after its ring of 64 test antennas, it looks like the portal from the sci-fi franchise of the same name and sits within a fully anechoic 6m cube test chamber. It can perform full three-dimensional measurement and visualisation of the performance of both the radio and antennas of devices over the air – enabling body-worn products and their antennas to be accurately measured in situ.

Cambridge Consultants anechoic radio test facility helps to maximise performance of the wireless products it develops – particularly in the rapidly growing connected wearable technology sector.

Cambridge Filmworks have teamed up with Cambridge Consultants to produce a unique virtual reality experience to give viewers a taste of what it’s like to step into the Satimo Stargate 64 Chamber.

Combining high-end virtual reality 360 degree photography with 3d visualisation, the new demonstration allows viewers to experience the chamber in full 360 VR as well as showcasing the cutting edge scanning capabilities of the facility.

To find out more about Cambridge Consultants and the Satimo Stargate 64 Chamber, please visit:

https://www.cambridgeconsultants.com/media/press-releases/stargate-investment-wearable-tech-boom

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StoryStream
StoryStream removes the complexity from the management of content so marketers can focus on creating engaging, in-the-moment brand stories for customers. Their powerful Content Acceleration Platform can optimise the use of both Brand and User Generated Content at scale to any digital touchpoint.

Cambridge Filmworks have produced a suite of engaging, stylish animations to explain the StoryStream content management technology and showcase their ethos – allowing users to find, curate, and combine hyper-relevant social content with brand content to help their customers online.

Combining stripped back graphics with engaging animation, the StoryStream films are elegantly simple and highly effective.

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Smart Cambridge
Smart Cambridge is exploring how data, innovative technology and better connectivity can be used to transform the way people live, work and travel in the Greater Cambridge area and beyond.

Cambridge is set be at the centre of a leading ‘smart city region’ – combining the city’s brainpower and business might to speed up ‘smart’ solutions to congestion, air quality and other city challenges.

Cambridge Filmworks have teamed up with Connecting Cambridgeshire to produce a brand new film showcasing the innovative digital technologies being deployed to create the new ‘smart’ city.

Over the next three years, the wider work of the programme will cover:

– Better travel and transport information for journeys
– Easier payment options including integrated ticketing and online payments
– Smarter signalling
– Monitoring of air quality
– Future transport initiatives including driverless vehicles.

To find out more about Smart Cambridge please visit: https://smartcambridge.org/

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CGI video showcases ‘gallop in the sky’ in Newmarket
CGI video showcases a ‘Revolution in Newmarket’ with plans for amazing £10m hill gallop.

The gallop would recreate the conditions of the world famous Warren Hill while removing the need for trainers to walk their horses across the town in search of an incline, in many cases saving more than an hour and a half per lot each morning.

The ambitious plans, revolve around the building of an all-weather gallop which will start five metres below ground level before rising 30 metres on an flyover-like construction covering four and a half furlongs. It will be wide enough for two horses to work upsides and there will be a separate track running alongside for use by emergency vehicles. The all-weather surface would be 4.5 metres wide, the same as gallops across Newmarket.

To preview this groundbreaking structure, Cambridge Filmworks have produced a brand new 3d visualisation for the Jockey Club.

William Gittus, managing director of The Jockey Club, said: “This is what we hope will be a gallop for the 21st Century.

“There are about 3,000 horses in training in Newmarket and the next biggest is in Lambourn where there is about 620 horses.

“We have the growth and we have a demand for further growth.”

Matthew Hancock, MP for West Suffolk, said: “Newmarket is going from strength to strength, with record horses in training and yards on Bury Side full to the brim.

“The proposed new hill gallop will cement Newmarket’s place as the premier training centre in the country, and provide a further boost to the town.”

“A huge amount of work has gone into getting the hill gallop project off the ground, and I commend all those working together for Newmarket’s future, and to strengthen the future of racing in Britain.”

To find out more please visit: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-suffolk-37185566

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Institute for Manufacturing unravel 3D printing
The Institute for Manufacturing (IfM) is part of the University of Cambridge’s Department of Engineering. Their groundbreaking research helps companies develop life-changing products and services, build better businesses, create meaningful jobs, and improve the environment for the future.

Cambridge Filmworks have produced a suite of new films with IfM exploring 3D printing technologies.

In this first film Dr Tim Minshall, Head of the Centre for Technology Management, explains 3D printing for school children in a lively and engaging mixture of presentation and animation.

To find out more about the Institute of Manufacturing please visit: http://www.ifm.eng.cam.ac.uk

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STOP Suicide Campaign with MIND
Cambridge Filmworks have teamed up with the mental health charity Mind to produce a brand new film to raise awareness of suicide prevention.

An estimated 1 in 5 of us has had suicidal thoughts at some point in our lives. Every year almost twice as many people die as a result of suicide in Peterborough and Cambridgeshire than as a result of road accidents.

STOP Suicide is an award-winning suicide prevention campaign that seeks to empower communities and individuals to help stop suicides by being alert to the warning signs, asking directly about suicide and helping those who are feeling suicidal to stay safe.

It involves general awareness raising about suicide, specialist training for non-mental health professionals working / volunteering within our communities and a public campaign to encourage sign up to the STOP Suicide Pledge for organisations and individuals.

To learn more about this vital campaign please visit: https://www.stopsuicidepledge.org/
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University of Cambridge Undergraduate Courses
Suite of 10 New Course Films for the University of Cambridge
Cambridge Filmworks have worked with the University of Cambridge to produce a suite of new films about some of their key undergraduate courses.

Courses at Cambridge encompass a huge number of subjects and study options, with over 30 courses covering more than 65 subject areas from Archaeology to Engineering, Classics to Computer Science.

The University was Top 5 in 2017 in the Academic Ranking of World Universities, and QS and Times Higher Education World University Rankings, Top 10 for academic experience, accommodation, and industry connections (Times Higher Education Experience Survey 2017) and one of the top five universities most often targeted by Britain’s leading graduate employers (The Graduate Market in 2017).

To find our more please visit:

https://www.undergraduate.study.cam.ac.uk/
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When is a System Complex? University of Cambridge
Flocking birds, weather patterns, commercial organisations, swarming robots… Increasingly, many of the systems that we want to engineer or understand are said to be ‘complex’. But what does this mean? How do these so-called ‘complex systems’ differ from the more easily understood systems that we are familiar with?

Cambridge Filmworks have worked with the University of Cambridge to help produce a brand new animation exploring complex systems.

To find out more on complexity and modularity, please visit: http://complexityprimer.eng.cam.ac.uk/
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