Fun for all the family at the TNMOC Vintage Games Weekend 30 April and 1 May 2016. Come along for a bit of nostalgia, a new retro experience or for the competition: Atari, Pong, Commidore Amiga, Spectrums and the original DOOM!
Four talks coming up at TNMOC: Robert Schifreen on how he hacked Prince Philip's mailbox in 1985, Martin Campbell-Kelly on the roots of data processing; Paul Kellar on Breaking Enigma - Behind the Scenes; and An Eveniong with Colossus. Tickets now available.
FUZE coding and electronics workshop perfect for beginners young or older. Learn how to build, craft and problem solve to survive in Minecraft. A race to the finish. Build and programme your own fully functioning Lego Mindstorms Robot
The story of Torch computers. An amazing tale of computer entrepreneurs in 1980's Britain. How three chartered accountants came together to build a British PC. Russell Lyons and Martin Baines will talk about their adventure on 10 March 2016.
The biggest, best Bytes Festival starts 25 March and runs every afternoon through the school holidays until 10 April. Don't miss it! Star Wars characters from the UK Garrison, the voice of the Daleks, byte-sized tasters of computing experiences ...
No longer just on Tuesdays! Lots more Insight Guided Tours of seven decades of working computers are available of many days of the week, both in mornings and afternoons. Booking is advised. See the listing of Spring dates here.