The School of Computing Summer Show, Digital Toybox 2013, took place on 6 and 7 June
The School of Computing Summer Show, Digital Toybox 2013, took place last week on 6 and 7 June in the Blue Met Lounge. It was a great success again this year, thanks to the amazing talents of our students, and with excellent support from ISS and Estates for the set-up.
Highlights included: Nikki Gordon and Fergus Murphy's inter-active music mat , developed for the Digital Toy module on the Computer Games degrees; Radu Nedelci’s remote controlled robot, developed on BEng Electronic & Comms Engineering; Gabor Peto's multiplayer Android game, developed for his BSc Computer Science project; and a range of artificial intelligence applications.
Visitors enjoyed meeting the students responsible for the work, as well as playing with computer games and toys with embedded technology, exploring mobile applications and investigating the amazing engineering projects.