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Queen Mary EECS team wins first prize in plant hackathon!

Video of the Plant Hack – Symposium and Hackathon in Social Media and Interaction On 23-24 March, Shauna Concannon, Katja Knecht, Sophie McDonald and Pollie Barden from the Media Art and Technology PhD programme, and Dmitrijs Milajevs from the Theory Group, in the School of Electronics Engineering and Computer Science, teamed up to participate in […]



Petchey Academy – Power to the People Project #5: Creating Thermochromic Ink Interactive Art

  This was a collaborative project between four organization. Petchey Academy, Space Studios, Arts Catalyst and Codasign in London, UK The project was developed as part of The Power of the People initiative by Space Studios. Codasign was brought in to provide the technology support over six weeks with the students. The students were enrolled in […]

Introduction to Arduino Space Studios

  Codasign offered a three session introduction to Arduino workshop. We developed a curriculum that took the students from basic circuit building to programming a LCD screen in the final class. The students were all new to the Arduino platform.In the first session they build circuits to light LEDs and progressed to momentary buttons, potentiometer to control […]



Hack the Barbican:
Introduction to Interactive Light Projects

This introduction to Arduino workshop was aimed at tapping into the Barbican community. The Barbican’s community trends toward people who attend galleries, theatre and musical performances but not likely to attend an electronics workshop. The workshop was aimed at introducing physical computing with Arduino. The workshop was advertised to the older spectrum of the audience […]


Workshop Instructor for Codasign

I am excited and thrilled to be a joining the Codasign team. Codasign is a London based creative technology education company specialising in workshops on hardware and software tools used in interactive media and artwork. The workshop introduce people to programs such as Processing, and Scratch. The open hardware Arduino and Makey Makey. We also introduce people […]