Nela (2nd from right) explaining Sound Mapping London Tea Houses’ inner life to interested alumni and visitors
On April 13th Queen Mary University celebrated 125 years of Electrical and Electronic Engineering with over 100 alumni visiting the school. The celebration was accompanied by a range of talks, a tour of the Mile End campus as well as exhibits and performances of current students and staff.
In the scope of the “Open Labs” track of the event, G.Hack exhibited Sound Mapping London Tea Houses, showing and explaining its technology to an interested audience of technophile alumni. We would like to thank all visitors and alumni for their interest, for inspiring conversations as well as for sharing memories of their student days at Queen Mary with us!
Exhibiting G.Hack members: Katja, Nela
Many thanks to Mi and Tian for helping us to set up the installation!