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Howduino Lancaster


Howduino will be visting Lancaster University on the 25th/26th of June. The event will be held in the LICA Building on the North side of the campus. Maps are available here and the LICA Building is marked no. 4 on the campus map. Parking is free at weekends and there are good bus services from the railway station. Lancaster itself is about 3.5 miles North of the campus. For those wishing to stay over there a few hotels in Lancaster and there is visitor accommodation available at the University.


Who'll Be Attending?


We'll get the most out of the day if we find out a bit more about who's coming, what sorts of thing you're interested in, and your areas of (or lack of) expertise.  Tell us a bit about yourself below, then start brainstorming what we can build on the PossibleProjects page.


  1. Adrian McEwen - blog twitter.com/amcewen - Howduino organiser and Arduino hacker, better at software than hardware
  2. Thom Shannon - blog twitter - Another Howduino organiser and Arduino hacker, mainly a software guy 
  3. Graham Dean - blog- PhD student at Lancaster University, playing with contemporary craft and digital technologies
  4. Cefn Hoile - blog twitter - Highwire PhD applicant, Howduino organiser, Arduino hacker and workshop facilitator
  5. Steve Marple - twitter - researcher at Lancaster University, new to Arduino


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