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The Gadgeteer system was created in [[Microsoft Research Cambridge]], as a tool that allows non-specialists to easily create programmable hardware assemblies. This research workshop involved a range of musicians, artists and programmers who spent a day at an arts venue building performance interfaces with the recently released Gadgeteer components.
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The Gadgeteer system was created in [[Microsoft Research Cambridge]], as a tool that allows non-specialists to easily create programmable hardware assemblies. This research workshop involved a range of musicians, artists and programmers who spent a day at [[The Junction]] building performance interfaces with the recently released Gadgeteer components.
  
 
Workshop convened by [[Stuart Taylor]] and  
 
Workshop convened by [[Stuart Taylor]] and  

Latest revision as of 08:56, 2 September 2011

The Gadgeteer system was created in Microsoft Research Cambridge, as a tool that allows non-specialists to easily create programmable hardware assemblies. This research workshop involved a range of musicians, artists and programmers who spent a day at The Junction building performance interfaces with the recently released Gadgeteer components.

Workshop convened by Stuart Taylor and

Crucible participants:

Crucible Theme: Music technology

Alan Blackwell Research Theme: End-User Development