A special this month; in collaboration with Cambridge's festival of light, e-luminate (http://www.e-luminatefestivals.co.uk), our two speakers will shed light on some of the most exciting uses of light in the Internet of Things (IoT).
Francesco Anselmo (https://twitter.com/bozzerix), Senior Lighting Designer at Arup Light Lab, will share some examples of his work and talk about the LightQuest project created for the e-Luminate Cambridge Festival.
Anthony Howells (https://twitter.com/bisgovuk) from the Department for Business, Innovation & Skills will give the audience an inspiring vision of what the future looks like.
The agenda will be:
Arrive 6:45 for a 7pm start
> Introduction by Mark Cheverton (@ennui2342)
> Francesco Anselmo (@bozzerix)
> Anthony Howells (@bisgovuk)
Hashtag: #iotcam. Thanks to Redgate for hosting the meetup:
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Light beautifully bridges across Art and Science, and the e-Luminate Cambridge Festival (http://www.e-luminatefestivals.co.uk) is a celebration of the infinite possibilities created by this intersection.
The e-Luminate Cambridge Festival is a modern arts festival for a city at the forefront of technology and research.
The really great thing is that you don’t have to be into visual art to want to come and see this amazing Festival, Light is accessible to all!
Our flagship event offers a unique opportunity for residents and visitors to discover, or re-discover, the richness and diversity of Cambridge’s iconic buildings and public spaces through a range of Light art installations, family activities, talks and concerts.