What you missed at Summer Bytes last week

Summer Bytes continues this week with fascinating demos, talks and workshops on 3D Printing plus EV3 LEGO Workshops and lots more. Wednesday to Sunday, 1-5pm, 14-18 August 2013.

What's on this weekend at the Museum

Action-packed this weekend: Daytime Astronomy, computerised Hornby trainset, beta Transport Tycoon on iPads, K9 meets George the Robot and the LEGO Colossus on the weekend of 10 & 11 August 2013, 1-5pm.

Daytime Astronomy

Exploring the skies in broad daylight. Sunday 11 August 2013, 1pm to 5pm. Just turn up, no booking required. Part of the Summer Bytes Festival at TNMOC.

Arduino workshops

A workshop for computer-literate people wanting to add intelligence to everyday objects with Arduinos. Workshops on 31 July and 1 August 2013 at 11am and 1.30pm as part of the Summer Bytes Festival at TNMOC.

Parallela: Supercomputing for Everyone

Introducing the Parallela computer. An event at TNMOC on 21 July 2013 with a keynote presentation from Iann Barron, Inmos co-founder, and transputer and Elliott 803 designer.

Computer Music Event at SummerBytes

Saturday and Sunday, 27 and 28 July 2013, 1pm to 5pm. See our temporary exhibition on the history of computer music and get hands-on with computer music.

Summer Bytes Festival

Summer Bytes Festival. A six-week themed festival of computing fun and games Wednesdays to Sundays from 24 July to 1 September 2013

Spell-binding invitation to corporate groups

An open evening for any organisation wanting to see what TNMOC has to offer on Tuesday 18 June 2013 from 5.30pm to 8.30pm - arrive anytime. Free registration.

Opening times this week

The Museum will be open on Thursday, Saturday and Sunday (1-5pm) this week (18, 20 & 21 April 2013) for anyone wanting to see the WITCH and Colossus along with many of the large systems, mainframes and desktops that have followed.

Open evening for MK businesses

An invitation to MK companies to see computers from the dawn of the information age and to explore the benefits of links with a Museum that looks to the future on 23 January 2013.


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