NERC Into the blue
Our biggest event yet! We exhibited two sets of Flash Flood! VR to over 1000 members of the public, all under the wings of Concorde! We also won a prize for 3rd Most Popular Stand.
Hull Freedom Festival 2016
The Freedom Festival 2016 saw the debut of the VR version of Flash Flood!
Hull Science Festival 2016
The 2016 Hull Science Festival saw the first dedicated SeriousGeoGames stand, featuring both Humber in a Box and, for the first time, Flash Flood! (Desktop)
NERC-FFIR Early Career Researcher Meeting 2016
Our Flash Flood! simulation was commissioned and funded by the Flash Flooding from Intense Rainfall project Knowledge Exchange programme, and we demonstrated it to PhD and Postdoctoral Researchers on the project, and delivered training so they can use it themselves for their activities.
Applicant Days for the Department of Geography, Environment and Earth Sciences, University of Hull
Both Humber in a Box and Flash Flood! have formed a demonstration of Serious Games as part of the Applicant Day events at the University of Hull.
American Geophysical Union’s Fall Meeting 2015 – San Francisco, USA
Chris Skinner gave a presentation about the use of Humber in a Box in communicating tidal flood risk.
Lincoln Geographical Association Sixth Form Conference – September 2015
Humber in a Box was used in support of a talk about soft and hard flood defences to A-Level students from around Lincolnshire
Hull Freedom Festival – September 2015
Humber in a Box and River in a Box were exhibited at Hull’s Freedom Festival 2015. This area of the Festival had over 35,000 visitors over the weekend! It was very busy.
British Society for Geomorphology Annual Meeting 2015, University of Southampton – September 2015
A poster presentation detailing Humber in a Box was demonstrated, with demos.
Cheltenham Science Festival 2015
Humber in a Box and River in a Box formed part of the British Society for Geomorphology stand at Cheltenham Science Festival. We exhibited for 6 days to school groups and the general public.
Flood and Coastal Erosion Management Network (FCERM.net) Annual Assembly 2015 – Edinburgh
The Google Cardboard version of Humber in a Box formed part of a poster presentation, which won one of three poster awards at the Assembly.
Hull Science Festival 2015
Humber in a Box formed part of the Department of Geography, Environment and Earth Sciences stand at Hull Science Festival 2015, University of Hull
Hull Science Festival 2014
Where it began – the immediate predecessor to Humber in a Box, a hacked version of CAESAR-Lisflood, was part of the Dynamic Humber stand at Hull Science Festival 2014, University of Hull