The RISC OS Wakefield show is on Saturday 22nd. If you're nearby, please pop in a say hello & see what the Raspberry Pi has caused...
I have a new game development SDK and 2 new games available for this show bring my total new RISC OS games to 6 in just 2 years.
Further, I will be giving a talk on the new virtual sound chip which I have written for RISC OS. This operating system extension offers a 16 channel 16 bit commodore 64/BBC Micro style sound chip with4 waveforms + sample playback capability that can be driven by the ENVELOPE and SOUND command in BASIC Further information is here:
The official announcement for the show is:
"Wakefield Acorn & RISC OS Computer Show will be taking place this weekend, on Saturday 22nd April. The event is open from 10.30am until 4.30pm, with admission £5 on the door.
The platform’s premier event in the North is in its regular venue at the Cedar Court Hotel ( http://www.cedarcourthotels.co.uk/hotels/wakefield ) near Wakefield, and there are over twenty exhibitors confirmed as attending. Those from the RISC OS scene include AMCOG Games, Archive Magazine, Chris Hall, CJE Micro’s and 4D, Drag ‘n Drop, Ident Computer, Organizer, Orpheus Internet, R-Comp & R-Comp Interactive, RISC OS Open Ltd, RISC OS Developments Ltd, RISCOSbits, Sine Nomine Software, Soft Rock Software and Steve Fryatt. The 8-bit names include ABug, Daniel Jameson, Flax Cottage Educational Archive, Retro Acorn, Retro Hardware and Retro Software.
The popular Show Theatre will be operating from 11am until 4pm, with talks scheduled from Orpheus Internet, RISC OS Developments Ltd, R-Comp, RISC OS Open Ltd, Sine Nomine Software, CJE Micro’s & 4D and AMCOG Games. "