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Electromagnetic Field Camp UK update

Posted on Wednesday, August 22nd, 2012 in conferences by DP

An update from the organizers of EMF Camp:

We’ve got a lot more information about the festival up now on the site and wiki – there’s a rapidly-expanding and fascinating list of talks and workshops, and we’ve revealed our lovely camp badge which all campers will get for free. As well as being Arduino-compatible (including the shield pin-out), it includes a LiPoly battery and a 2.4GHz Nordic RF communication module – it’ll be preprogrammed with an on-site game but we’re excited to see what other people will come up with over the course of the weekend.

I asked the web team to wrangle a discount for Dangerous Prototypes readers too, if they use this link they’ll get a £5 discount off the ticket price

EMF Camp is Friday 31st August – Sunday 2nd September in Milton Keynes, UK.

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