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Open Source Chip Design & Daphne Oram Life and Legacy

March 21, 2023

We are thrilled to announce that the first two speakers for Festival Day have been confirmed and you are in for a treat!

Matthew Venn, a science and technology communicator and electronic engineer, will be delivering a talk on how to design your own open source microchips. Joining the line-up also is composer, electronic artist and robotic instrument maker Sarah Angliss who will be making a welcome return to the festival and exploring the life and legacy of Daphne Oram, electronic sound culture and the problems of preserving early digital art. Dr Laura James, a specialist in engineering new technologies to help people and society, will also return to this year’s Festival Day as compère.

From mass spectrometry and smart cities to live rocket engine demonstrations, Wuthering Bytes has hosted a range of unique experiences and discussions for more than a decade. As we gear up the 2023 event, we are issuing a call for participating events to join this year’s festival. If you'd like to host an event as part of the festival, please do get in touch!

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