- 3rd Event Technologies - AMCS Music Creation system
Quincy Coleman demonstrating the Acorn derived music sequencer.
The 26-bit emulator for running old software on the Iyonix, Beagleboard and Raspberry Pi.
- Archive Magazine
The subscription magazine, for all users of RISC OS software and hardware.
Steve Drain will be demonstrating his BBC BASIC addon Basalt, as well as his Raspberry Pi + Atrix Lapdock custom setup.
- Charity Stand
Donate your old hardware and software, and buy others to help raise money for Combat Stress.
- CJE Micro's - The Fourth Dimension
The dealer with it all, if it's not in stock, it probably doesn't exist.
- Documentation Project
Bernard Boase has made a start on updating the RISC OS guides, but is looking for more volunteers to help with this important task.
- Drag 'n Drop
Chris Dewhurst with the PDF based magazine and CDs of BBC Micro programming books.
- Impression X
Richard Keefe will be showing progress of his epic task to update Impression
to run on modern RISC OS machines.
- Leo's Pi Projects
Leo White will be showing some of the projects he has developed using the Raspberry Pi, including the now famous BigTraks.
- MW Software
Martin Wuerthner with the latest updates to ArtWorks, Easiwriter and PS3 printer drivers.
Nigel Willmott with the latest updates to the personal management software.
- Orpheus Internet
The RISC OS friendly ISP.
Thanks to a loan from the Centre for Computing History we will have on display the last ever Acorn machine, the only working Phoebe prototype.
R-Comp and R-Comp Interactive will be on hand with the turbo-charged ARMini and their full
range of hardware and software.
- Retro Software
New software for your 8-bit machines, including Beeb, Electron and Atom. See the brand new Mountain Panic game released only two weeks ago.
Michael Emerton demonstrating the completely rewritten RiscDJ, a digital music library
supporting hundreds of thousands of MP3 and OGG tracks.
- Riscy Robots
The rise of the machines, Neil Fazakerley will be demonstrating his robots and home energy
monitoring systems, controlled by RISC OS running on the Raspberry Pi and Beagleboard.
- RISC OS Open Ltd
Charged by Castle with maintaining the Shared Source RISC OS, come along and see the latest developments for the Beagleboard, Pandaboard, and of course the Raspberry Pi.
The RISC OS Users Group Of London, the show organisers will be on hand to try to tempt you
to its upcoming meetings and talk about RISC OS in London in general.
The cross platform Risc PC emulator.
- Soft Rock Software
Vince Hudd with his selection of RISC OS games, utilities and applications.
- Steve Fryatt
Steve will have all the latest versions of his software, CashBook, PrintPDF, and Locate2, and also news on NetSurf developments.
- WikiProject RISC OS
Trevor Johnson will be on hand to try to recruit you to the efforts to improve the RISC OS pages on Wikipedia.
The list of confirmed exhibitors is growing all the time, so check back soon.
In addition to the usual companies there are free stands available for non-commercial developers
to show off their work.
Contact us if you are interested in taking a stand.
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