The booth will include a selection of things that are powered by Espruino – including some simple and fun games that visitors to the booth can play with, as well as one of the boards set up so that people can have a go at programming it themselves.
Artisan Ironwork is dedicated to the manufacture of bespoke metal sculpture and forged work using traditional metalworking techniques for a wide variety of uses. Ian Lowe, an Artist Blacksmith at Artisan Ironwork will be giving a traditional blacksmithing demonstration as well as offering one to one ‘have a go’ sessions throughout the day.
Rebecca Price has created a series of interactive art objects intended to make clear the evidence for evolution. This includes Gorilla Hands, two molds into which we can can insert our hands, allowing us to directly compare our anatomy with that of a gorilla.
Gorilla Hands – Rebecca Price
Also on display will be two thirteen layer jigsaw puzzles chronicling the evolution of the fruit bat and pelican; and a set of skittles painted with different animals. The more endangered the species, the easier the skittle will be to knock over.
The Picameral Eyetracker is an eye-tracking system made by Jonathan Chetwynd using two Raspberry Pi computers mounted on a pair of glasses. This means that an eye-tracker can now be made for as little as £100. The system is portable and can therefore be worn in a variety of situations such as driving, cycling, gaming and field-work.
Come and see the Picamerica Eye-Tracker and try it out! Play the eyetracking game ‘Take the box” to learn more about how it works.
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Here is the final thing…