From 1 - 12 April 2015, TNMOC will be open every day from 12 noon to 5pm for Easter Bytes, a festival of digital fun and games for all the family. Robotics past and present, LEGO, Minecraft, computer music, a virtual maze and lots more!
POSTPONED. The Imitation Archive: Field Recording in the Digital Age. A talk by Matt Parker on .... Matt has been recording the sounds of seven decades of computing for the British Library Archive and to create a new musical composition.
Entertainment lighting for theatre, television, concerts and spectaculars has long adopted and then pushed the boundaries of other technologies for its own purposes. Hear about its history from a professional in the field.
Two fascinating Thursday evening talks will be held at TNMOC this spring: Computers in Entertainment by Rob Halliday and Field Recording in the Digital Age by Matt Parker. Early booking is advisable ... The first is on 12 March 2015.
Andrew Herbert is giving a guest public lecture at UCL, Central London, this Thursday 8 January 2015 on the merits and authenticity issues of the reconstruction of EDSAC. All are welcome, places are free, but you will need to register for a place.
Visitors to TNMOC will be able to join the largest learning event in history during Code Week, 8-14 December 2014, and gain hands-on coding experience at the home of Colossus. See Weekend Codability and FUZEliers in action.
Have some digital fun after Christmas -- get along to TNMOC's Winter Bytes. Open from noon every day Sat 27 to Weds 31 December 2014. There is fun for all the family with LEGO, Minecraft, introductions to coding and lots of retro computer games,.
Free Weekend Codability sessions will take place every weekend until 30 August 2015. Sessions are suitable for anyone up to the age of 16. Girls and boys are encouraged to take part. Come along and start to program in the home of Colossus.
A sci-fi film festival with screenings at TNMOC and other locations on Bletchley Park will be held on Saturday 8 November 2014. A family-friendly day with 14 films at various locations plus moon buggies, a crashed spaceship site and Sci-Fi soundscapes.
Calling photographers: the next lecture in the TNMOC series is Sophie Wilson examining both the photographic and computational aspects of taking extremely large photographs. It's on Thursday 13 November 2014 at 7.30pm. Tickets going fast.