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Held in association with the HCI 2009 conference, this "open house" festival provided a chance for the academic and business communities of Cambridge to join international researchers for a public interactive exhibition of new technology design, including results from many Crucible projects.
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Held in association with the HCI 2009 conference, this "open house" festival hosted by Microsoft Research and the Cambridge Computer Laboratory on 2 September 2009 provided a chance for the academic and business communities of Cambridge to join international researchers for a public interactive exhibition of new technology design, including results from many Crucible projects.
  
 
http://www.cl.cam.ac.uk/conference/hci2009/open-house.html
 
http://www.cl.cam.ac.uk/conference/hci2009/open-house.html

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Held in association with the HCI 2009 conference, this "open house" festival hosted by Microsoft Research and the Cambridge Computer Laboratory on 2 September 2009 provided a chance for the academic and business communities of Cambridge to join international researchers for a public interactive exhibition of new technology design, including results from many Crucible projects.

http://www.cl.cam.ac.uk/conference/hci2009/open-house.html

The festival included live performances by Crucible members:

The festival was curated by

Other Crucible exhibition events, conferences and performance events