Starting 9 October 2014 TNMOC winter lecture series. First up is a history of video gaming by Tristan Donovan, then gigapixel photography by Sophie Wilson, and signals in war and peace in association with Cambridge Wireless. Book your tickets now.
Summer Bytes enters its final week with lots of activities: a LEGO spectacular, Minecraft, simulations, vintage computer games, FUZE, Raspberry Pi and lots more. Open every day, 11am to 5pm, until Tuesday 2 September 2014.
Computer games and astronomy this bank holiday weekend 23-25 August 2014 at Summer Bytes. Play games, learn how to make them and speak to pro games makers. Take part in daytime astronomy and learn how to carry on the hobby at home.
Lots more to come in Summer Bytes Festival that runs daily until 2 September 2014. Friday sees the start of a three-day event about computer music old and new. The following week there is a computer games extravaganza plus daylight astronomy.
Summer Bytes Week 1 26 July - 3 August 2014 focuses on LEGO.
* build robots with LEGO EV3
* See the LEGO robot solve the Rubik's Cube
* plus a special LEGO competition and lots of other hands-on activities.
The six-week long Summer Bytes Festival boots up on Saturday 26 July with a LEGO extravaganza. Build robots, enter a competition and see the amazing LEGO robot solve the Rubik's Cube! And lots more digital fun too! The Festival runs until 2 September.
Remember the ground-breaking 1980's computer literacy BBC television TV series? Come and meet Micro Live presenter Fred Harris and the series producer David Allen in a lively Q&A on Sunday 29 June 2014.