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Euro Electromagnetic Field conference/camp

Posted on Tuesday, July 31st, 2012 in conferences, News by the machinegeek


David Croft writes: “Wanted to let you know about a festival that may interest some of your European readers – Electromagnetic Field taking place at the end of August for hackers and makers.”

According to the emfcamp website, the event is a festival for anyone interested in “3D printing, DIYBio, knitting, electronics, Internet culture, space, lockpicking, homebrewing, robots, UAVs, mind hacking, radio, or pretty much anything else you can think of.” It will occur in Pineham Park, Milton Keynes, UK, from Friday August 31, 2012 through Sunday September 2, 2012.

Go to the emfcamp.org for details and to register.

Via the contact form.

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One Response to “Euro Electromagnetic Field conference/camp”

  1. rsdio says:

    There’s also ToorCamp, coming up August 8 — 12 on the Washington coast (way) outside Seattle.

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