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Creating Digital Products (Campus London): from Gaming Devices to the IoT.

Creating Digital Products - hosted at Campus London, a Google space based in London. 

From Handheld Gaming Devices to the Internet of Things: Learn how today's most in-demand consumer electronic products are created from scratch.

https://www.campus.co/london/en/events/ag1zfmd3ZWItY2FtcHVzcj8LEgZDYW1wdXMiBFJvb3QMCxIGQ2FtcHVzIgZsb25kb24MCxIFRXZlbnQiEjcwMWowMDAwMDAwaHF0OUFBQQw

Dear CGC members,

We have another very exciting day coming up on 21st May. Join us at Campus London, a Google space based in London to learn from two industry veterans how today's most in-demand consumer electronic devices such as Handheld Gaming devices or the Internet of Things devices are created from scratch - including the hardware and the software.

We will be focusing on creating single board computers using ARM® powered microprocessors (http://www.arm.com) and show you how we can get 3D graphics acceleration out of the device by integrating GPU drivers into a distribution of the Linux® (http://kernel.org) operating system.

We will start at 9am sharp on Thursday 21st May and finish the day before 5pm.

* Registration is required *
If you are planning to join us make sure you RSVP here so we can keep track of the numbers and names.

Here is a brief agenda for you (subject to slight change):

9:00 - Registration

9:30 - A Short introduction

10:00 - Robert Feranec of the FEDEVEL Academy http://www.fedevel.com/academy/) will give you a start-to-end overview of how an ARM powered device such as his imx6rex (http://www.imx6rex.com/) single board computer is designed, developed, implemented, tested and shipped.

12:30 - Break for one hour - Networking opportunity

13:30 - Laurent Pinchart, a software industry veteran with many years of experience in developing Display subsystems for the Linux Kernel, will show how he integrated an open source graphics driver into a distribution of the Linux operating system to run 3D accelerated graphics and user interfaces on the imx6rex.

16:00 - Q&A sessions for 30 minutes

16:30 - Networking

17:00 - The end


Hope to see many of you on the day.

Cambridge Game Creators network

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  • Ramin

    Thanks everyone for joining us in London. It was great to see everyone. If you are or thinking of running a startup then please help us run better events by filling this survey (there is a £100 prize draw):
    https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1sIDNYXFr3Ee4bQ0NGMaw9-rEy_NMp0NmS1dXsrx99RU/viewform

    Thanks

    June 1, 2015

  • Elgin

    It was very informative. Great meetup. I wasn't able to go to the PWH event after (apologies), but I learned a lot on how to create a consumer product. Thank you!

    May 22, 2015

  • Kunal

    Awesome event. Thank you to all involved. Learnt some really interesting things. Apologies for leaving early, had to catch the 3D Print Show in Shoreditch on my day off!

    May 22, 2015

  • James

    Great meet up. Listened to two people talk about hardware and software who are clearly experts in there field.

    May 22, 2015

  • Ramin

    May 21, 2015

  • Ramin

    RSVP is now closed.

    May 20, 2015

  • Ramin

    Hi everyone,

    I have either met or talked to a few of you who have actually developed digital consumer products that are being shipped/marketed out there.

    As there is relevance to this training, this is a fantastic opportunity to show off your products too.

    We have a networking session from 16:30 until 17:00 after the Q&A, and a break between 12:30 and 13:30 during both of which you can show these to the other attendees.

    So bring one along with you in case you get a chance to show these to others.

    1 · May 19, 2015

  • Ramin

    I'll create two additional separate meetup events for this, in the case anyone is going to attend only one (either the Hardware session in the morning or the Software session in the afternoon).

    May 18, 2015

  • Ramin

    Hi guys,
    I have just been told that we "must provide a list of all attendees" for security reasons. So please make sure you and any of your friends who are planning to attend RSVP here.
    Thanks

    May 13, 2015

  • Ramin

    We had to move the start time from 9:00am to 9:30am to allow people who travel more time.

    May 12, 2015

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