Today we’re at the Recursion 2017 computer science fair, which is held every year at King Edward VI School in Stratford-upon-Avon, England. And this post is being edited and uploaded live from the fair!
Apart from having a great affinity with educational computing the school just happens to be the school which William Shakespeare studied at in his early years!
Apart from the cracking educational computing and maker exhibits at Recursion, there’s a fantastic range of exhibits and activities for retro gaming and retro computing fans.
In fact, this post is being typed in between the Retro Computing Museum section and a load of other retro displays, anything from Acorn to Amiga, Sinclair to Commodore or AROS to RISCOS. There’s even a digital planetarium, robotics and much more!
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We’d like to thank King Edward VI School and event organizer Richard Barfoot for the invitation to have a table here, what a great event this is!
For more information about Recursion 2017 and the school, follow this link: http://www.recursioncomputerfair.co.uk/index.html