We are pleased to confirm our attendance at a joint conference held by Hull City Council and the Royal Town Planning Institute of Yorkshire, looking at Climate Change, Renewables and the Humber Energy Estuary, to be held on September 22nd 2016. Chris Skinner and Chloe Morris will be attending the conference, and exhibiting (2016 HEY Digital Award Finalist) Humber in a Box to the delegates.
You can book your place at the conference from this webpage.
Using our Oculus Virtual Reality headset, the delegates will be able to control the sea level in the Humber Estuary and simulate the impacts of future sea level rise on the tides, via the CAESAR-Lisflood environmental model incorporated in Humber in a Box. This is an actual research model used assess climate change impacts on landscapes.