Digital Birmingham is a Birmingham City Council initiative and part of a city wide strategic partnership of more than 40 public, private and voluntary organisations
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Birmingham joins Second Life
The first steps are in place to build a Virtual Birmingham using novel technologies and applications such as 2D Google maps and the immersive 3D world of Second Life that will showcase the possibilities for businesses to locate and promote themselves. For more details go to b-scape and join us in Second Life.
The Council Chamber in Second Life
The Hydrogen Car
Conservative Shadow Minister for Birmingham, Andrew Mitchell, recently visited a the University of Birmingham to hear about the hydrogen fuel cells developed there that can power cars. They are environmentally friendly producing just water as a byproduct.
Shift Happens - for Birmingham. What do you think. Click on the button below to go to the Survey.
The Virtual Council House
Built between 1874 and 1879 and designed by Yeoville Thomason, the Council House is now a Grade II listed building, used for all Council and most Committee meetings. The total cost was £163,000. Click on the image to visit it.