Starting 8 June, the School of Computing and Digital Media present their annual celebration of student work.
Date: 5 June 2017
Join a digital Charles Darwin as he travels to the Galapagos Islands in search of new species, explore digital futures, play amazing 3D games and much more at the School of Computing and Digital Media’s summer show.
Digital Toybox is an exhibition of work by students from the University’s wide range of computing-based courses, as well as other projects from the School. The show lives up to its name, with a number of fun and interesting digital technologies on display, including toys, computer games, animations, interactive soundscapes and mobile apps.
The two day event will be held at the Graduate Centre, Holloway from 8 June, where visitors will be able to view the work and meet the developers. The event will be open to members of the public on Friday 9 June, places are free and can be registered on Eventbrite.