TechnoVisual Education develops interactive learning tools and tutorials for educators, learners and home enthusiasts in the fields of coding, robotics, engineering, maths and history. Our Technical Director, Mark Vanstone regularly writes for several international tech magazines and facilitates STEM workshops for a variety of organisations.
This new series is the new development of the classic ArcVenture archaeology and history series to bring the award winning history adventure by Mark Vanstone up to date. Originally released on the Acorn Archimedes range of computers in the 1990’s and then updated to run on PC and Mac inContinue reading
Decades before the advent of more realistic racing games like Sega Rally or Gran Turismo, Atari produced a string of popular arcade racers, beginning with Gran Trak 10 in 1974 and gradually updated via the Sprint series, which appeared regularly through the seventies and eighties. By 1986, Atari’s Super SprintContinue reading
While 3D games have become more and more realistic, some may forget that 3D games on home computers started in the mists of time on machines like the Sinclair ZX81. Our Technical Director, Mark Vanstone remembers and re-creates one of the early programs that caught his imagination and fuelled hisContinue reading
Technovisual Education partnered with Cloudy Group , BuckinghamshireSkills Hub based at Thames Valley Local Enterprise Partnership (BTVLEP), Microsoft Education and The Readiness Company all supported the event along with new sponsors: Study Higher and the University of Buckingham, Buckingham Enterprise and Innovation Unit. This increased number of supporting partners, coupled with the new digital strategy for the programme, clearly madeContinue reading
This year, the App-Prentice Challenge will be held in three schools in Aylesbury, supported by TechnoVisual Education, The Cloudy Group, The University of Buckingham, The Peter Jones Foundation and Buckinghamshire Thames Valley Local Enterprise Partnership (BTVLEP). The App-Prentice Challenge is privileged to be supported by Microsoft Education again this year.Continue reading