3Dcamp returns to the University of Limerick for the sixth time. The one day event is an informal conference focusing on the interactions between the digital and the physical worlds.
The keynote address will be delivered by Dr. Conor MacCormack, co-founder and CEO of Irish firm Mcor Technologies. Mcor Technologies are an Irish pioneering low cost paper-based 3D printing company.The topics of the talks range from 3d printing and FabLabs to mixed reality games, Augmented Reality and the Internet of Things. A number of hands-on sessions are scheduled for the second part of the day.
This year, the event is co-located and co-scheduled with the Limerick CoderDojo session, to facilitate networking and ideas exchange between the two communities.
The organisation of 3Dcamp is supported by the Computer Science and Information Systems Department, miLKlabs (the Limerick maker-space) and by the local chapter of IxDA (the Interaction Design Association). Carambola Kidz is sponsoring the event with a fresh and healthy light lunch.
To find out more about the event, see http://3Dcamp.barcamp.ie. Attendance is free , but registration is required.