When university student Ben had to demonstrate his final Applied Computer Science project – Network Centipede – he knew there might not always be a whole room of computers available.
His program would take control of large clusters of workstations and utilise them to work in concert, displaying messages, graphics, light shows and the signature network centipede, among other centrally controlled behaviours. He approached one of us about creating a video to help demonstrate it, and in our typical fashion, we decided to get a bit creative with it.
You can find out more about the audiovisual services we offer in the Media section of our website.
No fees were paid for the creation of this demonstration video. As part of our ongoing effort to support those growing their skills, as well as other startup businesses, we will occasionally engage in some pro bono work, like this video.