3D specs give Charneh a new outlook on life

Charneh Watson tries on some 3D specs.  Picture: OX67043 Ed Nix

Buy this photo Charneh Watson tries on some 3D specs. Picture: OX67043 Ed Nix

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CHARNEH Watson enjoyed gazing at the three-dimensional artwork in Oxford Brookes University’s new festival at the Pegasus Theatre, which closes on Saturday.

The show, in its third year, features student work covering research, art and lectures.

Pegasus box office worker Miss Watson, 19, said: “There is a real mixture of things going on. I particularly liked the three-dimensional pictures of cells, which you needed glasses to view properly.

“I’m not really into science, but they were quite impressive and let you appreciate from a more artistic perspective.

“It’s nice to have something a bit different on display in the theatre.”

Visitors can take part in workshops including meeting a human-shaped robot named “Arty”.

For more information visit brookes.ac.uk/outburst/whats-on

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