March 17, 2009

Howduino - a Day of Hardware Hacking in Liverpool


Theme: An Arduino and hardware hacking event

Begins: Sat, 23 May 2009 at 10:00 AM

Ends: Sat, 23 May 2009 at 6:00 PM


FACT - the Foundation for Art and Creative Technology

88 Wood Street

Liverpool L1 4DQ


Registration fee: Free

Last date for registration: 2009-05-22

Last date for paper submission: 2009-05-23

Organizer: Adrian McEwen

Organizer: Thom Shannon

Link: The official website

At the end of May, Thom and I are holding a day-long get together for anyone interested in playing around with Arduinos or other hardware hacking, here in the centre of Liverpool.

It's going to be a hands-on affair - a big mash-up of LEDs, microcontroller boards, software and wires - but don't worry if you don't know anything about hardware or software. We'll be using the Howduino wiki to find out more about who's attending and then organise sessions to suit all abilities.

It'll be free to attend, but we will be releasing tickets soon so that we get an idea of how many people are coming along. Head over to the official Howduino site to sign up on the mailing list to hear about the tickets as soon as they get released.

And if anyone wants to help out, either with the technical side, or with some sponsorship (so we can buy more intereting bits of hardware to hack) then please get in touch.

Tags: Howduino Arduino hardware hackday Liverpool

Posted by Adrian at March 17, 2009 01:36 PM | TrackBack

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Why not post details of the event on the Be2camp website?

Posted by: Paul Wilkinson at March 17, 2009 04:39 PM
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