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and his future 'lover' Gina Coladangelo are pictured at the launch of a student radio station in a newly unearthed photo - taken before the future aide became his 'closest friend'. <br>In the archived picture, Mr Hancock takes centre-stage in a tweed jacket and rugby shirt while posing with his hands in his pockets alongside other students working on Oxygen 107.9 FM at the University of Oxford.<br>Hidden away on the right hand side of the picture is young Mrs Coladangelo, discreetly holding a file of notes.<br><br>The pair - who both studied politics, philosophy and economics (PPE) - worked together at the student-lead station, with Mrs Coladangelo presenting news and Mr Hancock sports.  <br>Mrs Coladangelo also attended university alongside Mr Hancock's osteopath wife Martha, 44 - with the two women graduating around the same time.<br>While it is not known if Mrs Coladangelo and Mrs Hancock knew each other there, the women remain friends on Facebook today.<br><br>The Hancocks, who also met at university, have three children, two boys and a girl and Mrs Coladangelo is also understood to be a mother of three.<br>The archived image of the colleagues-turned-lovers at university was unearthed hours after a 60-second video clip showing Mr Hancock kissing Mrs Coladangelo at the Department for Health emerged - prompting renewed calls for his resignation.<br>Duncan Baker this morning became the first Conservative MP to go against the Prime Minister - who yesterday personally backed Mr Hancock to stay on and said he 'considered the matter closed' after images of their tryst were first released on Friday.<br>Mr Baker, [https://bit.ly/3gsrEDW https://bit.ly/3gsrEDW] MP for North Norfolk, told his local newspaper that the Health Secretary 'has fallen short' of 'the appropriate morals and ethics' that apply to someone in his position - and has told the Government his feelings 'in the strongest possible terms'. <br>On an extraordinary day: <br>Mr Hancock was accused of breaking the ministerial code, which calls for 'proper and appropriate' working relationships;Downing Street refused to comment on whether he had broken the law as well as social distancing guidance;Mr Johnson was said to be considering moving Mr Hancock to a low-profile role;Tory MPs stepped up calls for the scrapping of 'authoritarian' lockdown rules promoted by Mr Hancock;Ministers faced questions about the role played by Mrs Coladangelo, a millionaire former lobbyist married to the founder of the Oliver Bonas retail chain;An investigation was launched into how security camera footage of Mr Hancock kissing Mrs Coladangelo in his office was leaked to The Sun;Mr Hancock's wife Martha declined to comment, amid Whitehall rumours that she had thrown him out of the family home;Scientists suggested Mr Hancock's conduct could undermine compliance with remaining Covid restrictions;Former top aide Dominic Cummings stepped up his attacks on Mr Hancock, saying his 'negligence' during the pandemic had 'killed people'.         Matt Hancock (circled) and his future 'lover' Gina Coladangelo (far right) are pictured at the launch of a student radio station in a newly unearthed photo - taken before the future aide became his 'closest friend'<br>              An ally who was set to defend Matt Hancock on the radio failed to turn up and was 'not answering his phone' in fresh embarrassment for the beleaguered Health Secretary.<br><br>Pictured: This is the image that has left Matt Hancock fighting for his job that appears to show him kissing his millionaire aide - who is on the public payroll - in the corridor outside his office in May this year<br>        Mrs Coladangelo also attended university alongside Mr Hancock's osteopath wife Martha, 44 - with the two women graduating around the same time.<br><br>Pictured: Mr Hancock at university<br><br>      The Health Secretary's wife of 15 years Martha Hancock today glanced at reporters as she left the couple's London home wearing dark sunglasses, as Whitehall rumours claim she threw her husband - who she met at university - out of the family home<br>        Mrs Hancock was seen with a woman - believed to be her mother - outside the family's London home today<br>        Mr Hancock had put Mrs Coladangelo (pictured together), a friend from university, on the public payroll only last year.<br><br>He made no comment on claims he was having an affair with the 43-year-old in his apology yesterday, but added: 'I have let people down and am very sorry'<br>          more videos                                                                          <br><br>DM.later('bundle', function()<br>DM.molFeCarousel.init('#p-29', 'channelCarousel', <br>"activeClass" : "wocc",<br>"pageCount" : "3.0",<br>"pageSize" : 1,<br>"onPos": 0,<br>"updateStyleOnHover": true<br>);<br>);<br>Despite championing draconian restrictions on ordinary citizens, he kissed and embraced Mrs Coladangelo on May 6 - eleven days before the ban on hugging was lifted. Both are married with three children.<br>The Health Secretary's wife of 15 years Martha today glanced at reporters as she left the couple's London home wearing dark sunglasses, as Whitehall rumours claim she threw her husband - who she met at university - out of the family home. <br>A Savanta ComRes snap poll found the public wanted Mr Hancock to quit by a margin of 58 to 25.<br><br>A separate YouGov survey had the margin at 49 to 25.<br>The Hancocks and Mrs Coladangelo all reside in London, with Ms Coladangelo living with her multi-millionaire fashion tycoon husband Oliver Tress, founder of fashion chain Oliver Bonas, and their three children in a £4million Wandsworth home; while the Hancocks live six miles away in Queen's Park.<br>Mr Hancock, 42, hired Ms Coladangelo as a non-executive director at the Department of Health last September, and the CCTV images of them kissing in the departmental building were allegedly taken on May 6.<br><div class="art-ins mol-factbox news halfRHS" data-version="2" id="mol-a9ccc570-d671-11eb-8f76-5f6ea34db955" website Hancock and Gina Coladangelo pictured at launch of student radio
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WOWCube is a game console or an electronic puzzle shaped as 2x2x2 Rubik's Cube. Serving as an example of a tangible user interface, it consists of eight identical elements working as a whole. The surface is covered by 24 screens.
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It is a stand-alone digital device that uses a Tangible interface and Mixed Reality to create an exciting development environment with unusual characteristics in which puzzle-like dynamic games can work.
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The main difference from mechanical puzzles is that you can run many different games on the cube, more than one game, and they are not necessarily puzzles. With some imagination and creativity, the WOWCube® system turns in to a multipurpose device. When you’re not using it, the WOWCube® system goes into screensaver mode, in which different screens display different widget apps. It’s a standalone device and it connects to a smartphone via Bluetooth.  
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Latest revision as of 10:14, 19 October 2021

WOWCube (render) in widgets mode

WOWCube is a game console or an electronic puzzle shaped as 2x2x2 Rubik's Cube. Serving as an example of a tangible user interface, it consists of eight identical elements working as a whole. The surface is covered by 24 screens.

It allows the launching of specially designed games.

It is a stand-alone digital device that uses a Tangible interface and Mixed Reality to create an exciting development environment with unusual characteristics in which puzzle-like dynamic games can work.

The main difference from mechanical puzzles is that you can run many different games on the cube, more than one game, and they are not necessarily puzzles. With some imagination and creativity, the WOWCube® system turns in to a multipurpose device. When you’re not using it, the WOWCube® system goes into screensaver mode, in which different screens display different widget apps. It’s a standalone device and it connects to a smartphone via Bluetooth.


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