Events & Conferences* Future Fest 2017
Future Fest 2017
Past, Present and Future Technologies
From 10:00 am until 3:00 pm
The Engine Shed, University of Lincoln (map)

Future Fest 2017 is a free-to-attend, interactive, public exhibition that will showcase past, present and future technological innovation including researchers from the University’s School of Computer Science.

Build your own robot and battle in the Robot Wars arena or learn how to fight like a Jedi and get hands-on in stage combat. Visitors will see the technological revolution over the past 40 years first-hand and will also be given the opportunity to engage in a wide range of activities including virtual reality gaming, 3D-printing, state-of-the-art robotics and interactive media.

The day aims to inspire and excite visitors through a variety of zones, activities and exhibitions led by academic experts from the University of Lincoln, including the return of Visiting Lecturer and Gadget Show presenter Jason Bradbury. Future Fest will be acknowledging the forthcoming Star Wars and celebrating technological advancements in key themes of robotics, games computing, media, art and science.

Future Fest is returning to the University of Lincoln for its third year on November 8th.

This is a free event though we ask that bookings are made in advance so that we can manage venue capacity, either via our Future Fest booking form below or by emailing events@lincoln.ac.uk

 

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Take a look at what happened at Future Fest 2016

If you have any questions about this event, please contact us at events@lincoln.ac.uk or call 01522 837100.

 

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