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==Website==
* Recorded talks/workshops: [https://media.ccc.de/c/emf16 CCC EMF16], [https://www.youtube.com/user/emfcamp1/videos YouTube emfcamp1]
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For EMF website issues or bugs, please go to [https://github.com/emfcamp/Website/issues GitHub emfcamp/Website].
 
 
== Broad ==
 
 
 
* [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gLau-MAHAOY Matt & Tom - Cocktail Robots and Fire Pong: Electromagnetic Field 2016] (YouTube)
 
* Rob Lazzurs - [https://medium.com/@lazzurs/emfcamp-day-one-3051fc2ff9cb Day 1], [https://medium.com/@lazzurs/emf-camp-day-two-9aa2aabadafb Day 2], [https://medium.com/@lazzurs/emf-camp-day-three-6ad21d41b038 Day 3] (Medium)
 
 
 
== Specific ==
 
 
 
* [https://www.flickr.com/photos/adamcohenrose/albums/72157672147721755 Adam Cohen-Rose] (Flickr)
 
* Dan Jenkins 'copter video [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lkYxOLlCrbc edited] [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E4wazmg2rqY raw 1] [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yzlRNJXQ6sI raw 2] (YouTube)
 
* [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8XTEpqlPzjE hobbybob123 - EMF Camp Saturday] 'copter video (YouTube)
 
* [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o9gWSCJYuvs Trikkit - Flames to music] (YouTube)
 
* [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VdeDKzvKtB8 Ultrafez - LED sign] (YouTube)
 
* Ben Norris - [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QOp_O4cv8dc Giant Guitar Hero], [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uRvhN9ZNZ1M Fire Pong], [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=URYgwQxgQkk Lasers] (YouTube)
 
* [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IKQ6DdtOu0o DeathBoy2098 - Musical Ballpit] (YouTube)
 
 
 
== Making-of, behind the scenes, etc ==
 
 
 
* [http://hackaday.com/2016/08/09/tilda-mk%CF%80-the-emf-camp-2016-badge/ TiLDA MKπ, The EMF Camp 2016 Badge] (Hackaday)
 
* [http://manoj.ninja/articles/2016/05/09/building-a-wearable-camera Manoj Nathwani - Building a wearable camera]
 
* [https://www.element14.com/community/docs/DOC-69699/l/the-making-of-the-grid-part-0-introduction Element 14 - Making of The Grid]
 
 
 
= Feedback for conference overall =
 
 
 
For EMF website issues, please go to [https://github.com/emfcamp/Website/issues GitHub emfcamp/Website].
 
 
 
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== Talks (stages A, B, & C) ==
 
 
 
* 'Off Grid' : a game about circumvention tech and hacking — Rich Metson
 
* 100 years of Shannon -- the man, his work and his legacy — Matthew Ireland
 
* 2FA, WTF? — Phil Nash
 
* 3D printed sculptures of 4D things — Henry Segerman
 
* 3d Printing the World's Most Pointless Desk Fan — Chris Lynas
 
* A brief history of effects in film — Cat Harris
 
* A Brief, Incomplete, Slightly Biased, and Mostly Fact-Checked History of the UK Computer Industry — PJ Evans
 
* A call to arms - let's hack USB devices, it's mostly easier than you think — Dan Weatherill
 
* A hacker's guide to satellites — Dave Rowntree
 
* A mathematical view of voting systems — Alex Bolton
 
* Acoustic Cosmology — Gavin Starks
 
* APIs for cyborgs — Katy Moe
 
* Apocalypse Later — Tim Lossen
 
* Asynchronous or Analogue Methods for Computation — Matthew Ireland
 
* Beer for Everyone — Sam Fidler
 
* Biological Computation — Chris Binny
 
* Black Hat Locksmithing — Matt Smith
 
* Blood, Sweat & Carbon: Our Solar Car — Tobias McBride
 
* Building a wearable camera — Manoj Nathwani
 
* Can you really hack an airplane? (myths & truths) — Grigorios Fragkos
 
* CANUTE, The worlds first working refreshable multiline braille display. — Russell Couper
 
* Car Hacking - Back to the future 1970’s style. — Dan Smith
 
* Chaotic Music: Oblique Strategies Against Humanity — Giles Greenway
 
* Come and play: Collect ‘em all? Tech, fundamental rights and framing our future. Fact or fiction? — Jen Persson, defenddigitalme
 
* Connecting computers together over 1,000s miles without using the Internet — GB8EMF Amateur Radio Station
 
* Cyber security and the joy of the false positive — Michelle D'israeli
 
* Cyber Security Myths and Monsters: how to change behaviours for the better — Jessica Barker
 
* Design for consumer rights, now — Sarah Gold
 
* Designing and performing future instruments — Alessia Milo and Christian Heinrichs
 
* Digital Medical Imaging - from scanner to screen. — Dave Harvey
 
* EMF 2016 Closing Ceremony — Jonty Wareing
 
* EMF 2016 Infrastructure Review — Will Hargrave, Arjan Koopen, David Croft
 
* EMF 2016 Opening Ceremony — Jonty Wareing
 
* Fail Map, visualizing security fail at trusted parties for your protection — Elger "Stitch" Jonker
 
* Four Stories about Recreational Maths — Matthew Scroggs
 
* Freifunk - Free and Open Wireless Community Networks — andre
 
* Friday Latening Talks — Branden Faulls
 
* From transistor to processor — Piet De Vaere
 
* GEEK SHOWOFF — Geek Showoff
 
* Getting Physical with Web Bluetooth in the Browser — Dan Jenkins
 
* Getting the kids on board: tales from 10 years of schools outreach in technology — hannah dee
 
* Hacking Robot Dinosaurs — Dr Lucy Rogers
 
* Hacking Your Head : Managing Information Overload — Jo Pearce
 
* Here, hear: Sound-based illusions — Ben Dornan
 
* Hobby electronics like a pro — Gavan Fantom
 
* Holonomic robots, and why you should build one — Tom Oinn
 
* Home made hacks to fully registered maker charity. — Rory Gallagher
 
* How I built my diesel powered motorcycle. — Russell Couper
 
* How I used to rob banks (and other fun stories) — Freakyclown (@__freakyclown__)
 
* How is the Universe Like A Lightbulb? — Michael Conterio
 
* How to make your own wearable color organ dress — moko/zakx
 
* How we created a hackathon with 50/50 female and male participants — Caroline Arkenson
 
* I never knew SMS could do that. — Sam Machin
 
* Impostor Syndrome and Individual Competence — Jessica Rose
 
* Inside Our Toys - How to Hack Into an Embedded Device — Kev Sheldrake
 
* Inside the MIT Media Lab — Rebecca Kleinberger
 
* Internet of Things with MATLAB and Raspberry Pi — Jeff Homer
 
* It's Only Rocket Science — James Macfarlane
 
* Katie Steckles does some maths — Katie Steckles
 
* Key Impressioning — Jos Weyers
 
* LEGO Punk - Silly things to do with LEGO — Steven Goodwin
 
* Lightning Talks — Eireann Leverett
 
* Magic: Tricks, puzzles, or illusions? — James Merlin
 
* Mars, the Bringer of Wub — Tim Burrell-Saward
 
* Meatspace Surveillance — Alexander J. Martin
 
* MicroPython: What is it? What does it do? Why is it suddenly everywhere? — Nicholas Tollervey
 
* Mind Control - What is really possible with technology and the power of your mind? — James Miller
 
* Morality in video games: when it's not just a game — Catherine Flick
 
* My self built eco house. — John McEntee
 
* My Ubertooth Year — Michael Ossmann
 
* Numbers Stations: Cold War, short waves — Henry Cooke
 
* Osmocom - Open Source Mobile Communications — Harald Welte
 
* Penetrating Pandora: Dismantling Dangerous Devices — Calum
 
* photons to electrons: how imaging sensors work from quantum mechanics up — Dan Weatherill
 
* Ragequit! Game design principles for better online communities. — Laurie James
 
* Rebooting a Hobby: How Modern Digital Comms are Reviving Amateur Radio — Ryan Sayre
 
* Receiving live video from the Space station — Daniel Cussen
 
* Riddles on Rails — Dan Hagon
 
* Saving milliseconds and wasting hours: a survey of tool-assisted speedrunning — Philip Potter
 
* Scientifically ruining the interfaces in movies — Sarah Wiseman
 
* Sex! Robots! Sex Robots! — Kate Devlin
 
* SHA2017 — Elger "Stitch" Jonker <script>alert('welcome to emf');</script>
 
* Shape-changing in nature and puny human efforts to emulate it — Scary Boots
 
* Smashing Physics - latest news from CERN's Large Hadron Collider — Jon Butterworth
 
* Socio-technical evolution for hackers — Igor Nikolic
 
* Sustainable open source? — Caroline Graham
 
* Tentman: The story so far... — Alia Sheikh & Cat Harris
 
* The automated Sheet Music Librarian — Charlotte Godley
 
* The coming of age of plastic electronics — Radu Sporea
 
* The EMF 2016 Badge — Jonty Wareing
 
* The Final Nail in DES's Coffin — David Hulton
 
* The history and future of books — Katie Eagleton
 
* The Red String — Dragica Kahlina
 
* The science of laughter — Sophie Scott
 
* The Simpsons and their Mathematical Secrets — Simon Singh
 
* The story behind $50SAT, a new approach to Amateur satellite design which became the world’s smallest operational satellite, built for £125 in a garden shed. — Stuart Robinson
 
* This Is Where We Are: A TIWWA @ Tate Modern Postmortem — Chris Hunt
 
* Using printed circuit boards to make snowflakes. — MIke Harrison
 
* What even is a "maker"? How we see ourselves and how other people see us — Emma O'Sullivan
 
* WhiteSpace — Beth Healey
 
* X-Ray Audio: The Strange Story of Soviet Music on the Bone — stephen coates
 
* Zebro: building a six legged robot — Piet De Vaere
 
 
 
 
 
== Workshops (stages 1 & 2) ==
 
 
 
* 35mm pinhole camera building workshop/photo walk — Jame Nixon
 
* A Fresh Look At Mental Health — Andrew Gordon
 
* a smartphone brain-computer interface workshop — Colin Rowat
 
* backyard optics — Dan Weatherill
 
* Building an open source political platform — James Smith
 
* DIY Solar Charger Workshop — Matthew Little
 
* Dungeons and Dragons & board games open session — Catherine Flick
 
* Eggshell carving — Rebecca Kleinberger
 
* Enter-tent-ment karaoke — Jess Rose
 
* Go workshop and open discussion — Steven Gravell
 
* Having Daft Ideas — Libby Miller, Richard Sewell, John Hawkes-Reed
 
* Hebocon (Low-tech robot fight) — Jim MacArthur
 
* Imperfect VR Workshop — Michael Straeubig
 
* Introduction to Japanese Bookbinding — Ben Dornan
 
* Introduction to Mixology - making the Old Fashioned cocktail — Ryan Alexander
 
* Kite Mapping Part 2 — Linda Sandvik
 
* Kite mapping — Linda Sandvik
 
* Learn to Knit! — Kate Bolin
 
* LED Cards — Amy Mather
 
* Make your own titanium spork — Richard Sewell
 
* Maths card tricks — Katie Steckles
 
* Meditation for Hackers — Sai  - [https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScl1m-X4BqU-2KXDPCzAD3zKKwAkErCeaMy6vGfXZ86_R9ayA/viewform Sai's feedback form]
 
* Musification — Akito van Troyer
 
* Paper Circuits — Peter Jackson
 
* Realtime Web — Ben Foxall
 
* Running your own cellular network using OpenBSC & Co — Harald Welte
 
* Skull Radio Workshop — Jeffrey Roe
 
* Surface-mount electronics (SMD) assembly for terrified beginners — Kliment
 
* Swing Dancing for Engineers — Jo Franchetti
 
* The Artists guide to the Deep Learning Galaxy (for any level of experience) — KRN & MX & OLF
 
* Tracing (U)SIM card communication using Osmocom SIMtrace — Harald Welte
 
* Yarn making 101 — Vicki Winter
 
 
 
== Film ==
 
 
 
* Film Festival - B2B: The Amiga Years! With Director's Talk / Q&A
 
* Film Festival - Sita Sings The Blues
 
* Film Festival - The Internet's Own Boy
 
 
 
 
 
== Music ==
 
 
 
* 2xAA Plays More Gameboys
 
* 2xAA VS Gasman
 
* 8 Bit Beats
 
* Algorave - Live performances
 
** 2xaa
 
** aalleexx
 
** Adam Williams
 
** Claudius Maximus
 
** Les Hutchins
 
** Lil data
 
** Martin Klang
 
** Medial Ages
 
** Qirky
 
** REPL Electric
 
** Simon+Evan
 
** UIAESK!
 
* DJ Tasmo
 
* Gasman
 
* Metalogue
 
* Riotmiloo
 
* Shirty Music
 
 
 
 
 
== Performance ==
 
 
 
* Intense Videogames
 
* Tranquil Videogames
 
 
 
 
 
== Youth ==
 
 
* 3D print your own key tag
 
* Bridge building competition
 
* Bubble Trouble
 
* CoderDojo
 
* Cryptography
 
* DIY Marble run
 
* Draw. Write. Play.
 
* EMF Olympic sailing event
 
* Geocaching walk
 
* Make a moving robot out of rubbish with The Crafty Robot
 
* Make a weather station
 
* Pom Poms
 
* Programming 101 with Lego Mindstorms robots
 
* Sonic Pi: Making music using computer code
 
* UV torches trail
 
 
 
 
 
== Other ==
 
 
 
=== Algorave village ===
 
 
 
For live performances, see above under Music.
 
 
 
* Drone jam - bring a drone
 
* Headphone party
 
* Live coding workshops
 
* Workshops - live coding + DIY synths
 
 
 
=== Badge Operations Center ===
 
 
 
* Case Making Workshop
 
* Intro to Badge Hacking
 
 
 
=== Blacksmiths ===
 
 
 
* Blacksmithing
 
** Ian
 
** Lizzie
 
** Richard
 
 
 
=== Empty Epsilon village ===
 
 
 
* EmptyEpsilon spaceship simulator
 
 
 
=== Fablab Truck ===
 
 
 
* Laser Engraved toast
 
 
 
=== HABvile Village ===
 
 
 
* HAB
 
* SurreyEARS Soldering Challenge!
 
 
 
=== Hack Center ===
 
 
 
* Arduino for total newbies with Mitch Altman
 
* Curious Electric Company
 
* Hack-N-Swap-O-Rama™
 
* Just Add Sharks Customer Party!
 
* MeArm & MiRobot kits & Instruction with Dr Ben Gray
 
* MSRaynsford's Laser Cut Machines
 
* Part Fusion - Wearables Electronics
 
* RC2014 Z80 Homebrew Computer
 
* Rock Drill 4069 Touch Synthesizer Build
 
* Skull Radio Bone Conduction Kit with Jeffrey Roe
 
* Surface-mount electronics (SMD) assembly for terrified beginners
 
* TiLDA Mk.3 Redirected from the BOC
 
 
 
=== Hacking Hamlet ===
 
 
 
* International Space Station (ISS) Pass
 
* Lights!
 
* Pizzas
 
 
 
=== Haxors of the Roses Village ===
 
 
 
* Basic Electronic Assembly
 
 
 
=== Make. Invent. Do. village ===
 
 
 
* Alljoyn connected IoT with Windows 10
 
* Azure IoT
 
* Azure IoT Kits Workshop (Feather M0) (Experienced)
 
* Azure IoT Suite Remote Monitoring solution for EMF Camp Badge
 
* Build a micro-sumo battle strategy
 
* CodeBug Coding Workshop (instructor led)
 
* Hands on with the micro:bit
 
* Introduction to micro-sumo
 
* Project Patrick: Building your own personal AI assistant
 
* Project Patrick: Building your own personal AI assistant (Easy)
 
* Windows IoT Core programming
 
* Windows IoT Core Workshop (Raspberry Pi) (Intermediate)
 
 
 
=== Makespace Village ===
 
 
 
* Micro Pi Noon
 
 
 
=== Maths Village ===
 
 
 
* Cauchy's functional equation
 
* First aid workshop
 
* Flexagon making
 
* Giant Cards Against Humanity game
 
* Hyperbolic crochet workshop
 
* Maths Jam
 
* Morning yoga
 
* Suturing (stitching) workshop
 
* The Maths of poker
 
 
 
=== Millers Hollow village ===
 
 
 
* Werewolf
 
 
 
=== Minecraft Village ===
 
 
 
* Minecraft Night
 
 
 
=== Never Too Much Bunting Village ===
 
 
 
* Hand Sewing
 
* Monochrome BBS - Social Networking 90s style
 
* Pancakes
 
 
 
=== Nottinghack Village ===
 
 
 
* Badges of Nerd Honour: Pi Memorisation
 
* Badges of Nerd Honour: Speedcubing
 
* Drunk haircuts - one style available
 
* Morning Aerobics
 
* Morning Run
 
* Nottinghack Tuckshop
 
* Yarn-Making Workshop
 
 
 
=== Portcullis village ===
 
 
 
* Bring and break - Bring hardware and learn how to break it
 
* Disco Disco - Party
 
* Hacking for 7 year olds: Playing with Scratch
 
* Introduction to CTF (Capture the Flag)
 
* Introduction to mobile application security
 
* Software security for hardware peeps
 
* Virtualisation vs containers: Security models, pros and cons
 
 
 
=== Radio Village ===
 
 
 
* International Space Station (ISS) Pass
 
 
 
=== Sai ===
 
 
 
* Blind navigation crash course - [https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdqrS6aMCiQJOuQnAqAt1uDfQ7drScBrfaQdKALA8VggtlKmg/viewform Sai's feedback form]
 
 
 
=== SawuGo, the One Ring workshop ===
 
 
 
* MF Newcastle 2017 rond deze tijd
 
* SawuGo Mobile Goldsmith workshop
 
 
 
=== Scottish Consulate village ===
 
 
 
* Scottish Consulate Chill with Milliways
 
* Scottish Consulate Goes Dutch
 
* Whiskyleaks @ Milliways
 
 
 
=== The Lounge ===
 
 
 
* the nature chamber with the minusonic board
 
 
 
=== The Sky ===
 
 
 
* International Space Station (ISS) Pass
 
 
 
=== UAV Flying Field ===
 
 
 
* Flying
 
 
 
=== Up by the EMF Sign ===
 
  
* LaserTag
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* MicroPython is great. I'm very very happy. [[User:MScroggs|MScroggs]] ([[User talk:MScroggs|talk]]) 10:49, 9 August 2016 (BST)
  
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