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I made a nostalgic return to De Montfort University (DMU) this week. I was invited to give a lecture on 360-degree technologies to student on an International Film Studies course. The DMU campus has changed almost beyond recognition since I was first there as a Leicester Polytechnic student in 1974-5 when my Diploma in Management Studies course was delivered in the James Went Building - only built in 1968 but long since demolished. I was a Project Manager at DMU in 2005-6 and returned as a Research Fellow in 2011. This video is the story of my day at DMU and features  some singing students and a nostalgic return to the flat I lived in back in 1971.
Sebastian Poma9 mons ago
Beautiful scenery, great experience.
Hart Kastle9 mons ago
Look at your serious face, why not give us some smiles.