The Mozilla Festival (now in its 4th year) has become a renowned “open-sourced” playground for passionate thinkers across the tech industries who come together and discuss ideas about how we can do more with the web, pushing boundaries and rewriting the rulebook. The festival enforces Mozilla’s mission to ensure the web remains a resource open to everyone. The “MozFest” is to take place over the weekend 25th – 27th October 2013 in Ravensbourne College in London.
Mozilla Festival brings innovative thinkers together to create and learn.
The Cuckoo Quack was programmed using an Arduino board and Node.js technology.
Alex and Benjamin worked as part of the Quack-Hack team that put together the Cuckoo Quack clock, which uses the same Arduino/Node.js technology combination to trigger alerts when we receive tweets or email notifications. This advanced project will be demonstrated and explained during the session.
This is the latest in a line of workshops that Cyber-Duck have ran this year. Earlier in the year, Production Director Matt Gibson and Developer Ramon Lapenta ran workshops at Digital Shoreditch.