Plans for video/interactive CD-Rom or DVD -
and how you can support it
The results of the "What Transport for Cambridge" study will be
launched at the Senate house of Cambridge University in September. The
public exhibition will then move to other venues in the Cambridge area. The
results of the study will play an important part in developing the
infrastructure investment strategy for the Cambridge sub-region.
The success of the first Cambridge futures project was
heightened by the video that was produced. It caught the public
imagination and gained critical acclaim, and has continued to be used on
Cambridge Futures have explored the concept of a similar
production for the current project on transport. A video is an efficient
and professional means of communicating complex ideas in a succinct manner. It
will explain the results and give details by being incorporated in an
interactive CD-Rom/DVD. The Committee has selected by tender a
ground-breaking digital-video company to undertake the work but needs to raise
The University has promised to contribute some resources and
there have been early promises of financial support from other organisations.
However, a lot more money needs to be raised.
If you would like to contribute, please click here.