The NASA Space Apps Hackathon returned for its 7th year at the Met Office. This year TechExeter hosted the Exeter event for the worlds biggest hackathon – here’s our wrap up video:
We ran it with our amazing partners The Met Office, and were generously sponsored by DesignSpark/RS components. More details including our winning teams can be found on the official space apps location page.
Wednesday 6th June 2018 at the University of Exeter
Small and big ideas in digital health & care are making a difference every day
We want to bring together those interested in using digital solutions and technologies to address everyday problems and challenges. We have an exciting day of masterclasses and presentations with lots of opportunities for discussions.
This conference is aimed at researchers, clinicians and practitioners in health and social care, as well as developer/technology partners – all coming together for a day of learning and sharing.
Suitable for novices and experts alike, the day will explore the current projects taking place locally, and how to move from idea to final product within health and social care.
Whether you are new to digital health and care, working on or have developed an app, checking out big data, artificial intelligence or virtual reality, join us for a thought provoking day.
More details: http://weareintodigitalhealth.com
This event is being run by Dr Rupa Chilvers, and is supported by Tech Exeter CIC.
A hands-on event designed to give you glimpse into the World of VR and AR. Hosted by Digital Exeter / The Exeter MBA at the University of Exeter Business School.
We took a new build of our gaming system to the Lost Weekend festival and let it loose on Exeter’s general public!
We’re supporting this year’s “Nova” demoscene party running Friday 23rd June until Sunday 25th June in Budleigh Salterton. The weekend long event will showcase live acts and competitions in the evenings, and the daytime is used for people to socialise or work on their productions.
The demoscene is an international computer art subculture that specializes in producing demos: small, self-contained computer programs that produce audio-visual presentations. The main goal of a demo is to show off programming, artistic, and musical skills.
− Wikipedia article on Demoscene
TechExeter’s Kris Sum is involved with running the network and audio/visual infrastructure for the party – check out his postmortem from an earlier event.