Dave Pinwell

Dave Pinwell

Dave Pinwell is a prolific blogger and IT enthusiast and has kindly allowed us to reproduce his popular weekly IT Talk column first published in the Solihull News. Dave is also CEO of Colebridge Trust and SUSTAiN which play a key role in providing strategic support to Solihull’s Voluntary & Community sector. Dave has extensive experience in the IT sector, with roles including IT Director with Fujitsu Telecommunications Europe Ltd.
Tech News 27th July 2015 1343

AliceChildren Have Chance To Visit Wonderland…

One week into the school holidays and how many children will have already declared that they are bored?

The challenge of keeping them occupied and interested all summer is long familiar.

Alice in wonderland, Lewis Carroll’s classic tale published 150 years ago in 1865, opens with its young heroine sitting bored on the riverbank with her older sister, who is reading ‘a dull book that has no pictures or conversations in it.’

Perhaps this summer Alice herself, with a little help from technology, could provide fresh interest for some disenchanted darlings.

Alice in Wonderland HD is an App available on iTunes and Google Play that immerses youngsters in the fantastic, enchanted world created by Carroll.

Following the hole draws them into a high definition gaming environment with a host of puzzles, mini games and objects to be found, whilst discovering the characters from the book.

Both online stores also have a similar challenge with Alice Trapped in Wonderland.

In this App the player responds to a strange letter from the White Rabbit, requesting a return to Wonderland.

It draws them into a five-act story, with 55 puzzles to be solved in sequence in a world of hand-drawn 3D graphics.

And for those visiting North Wales this summer, there is fun to be had with the Follow the White Rabbit App.

The town of Llandudno has created the App in this anniversary year to exploit its many connections to Alice in Wonderland.

It gives kids an Augmented Reality Digital Trail around the town and the holiday haunts there of Alice Liddell, for whom Carroll wove the yarn, to keep her from being

Dave Pinwell

Dave Pinwell is a prolific blogger and IT enthusiast and has kindly allowed us to reproduce his popular weekly IT Talk column first published in the Solihull News. Dave is also CEO of Colebridge Trust and SUSTAiN which play a key role in providing strategic support to Solihull’s Voluntary & Community sector. Dave has extensive experience in the IT sector, with roles including IT Director with Fujitsu Telecommunications Europe Ltd.

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