Friday, 17 June 2016

Our June 2016 event

Our last event in June 2016 seemed to attract some attention from viewers in Spain.  Here is an article that they published:

Hopefully your spanish is up to scratch :)

See you lot soon

Saturday, 11 June 2016

Photos from the June 2016 Event

Thanks to everyone who came to our event last night, and especially those people who brought in many interesting and rare Retro game console systems to display on the night.

Epsilon has covered the latest Adelaide Retro Computing event held last night, with lots of photos and information on the many systems on display.

The link is here:

We also ran a 2 player retro game console competition for an Atari Flashback 3 system, which lots of people had a go at trying to win - well done to our winner on the left (in the photo below), who was presented the system by prize donator Epsilon (on the right) during the evening:

The meeting was a lot of fun and we hope to see you all at our next meeting!

Wednesday, 8 June 2016

Meeting this Friday 10th

This week we are holding a meeting.  Details are on this website and Facebook page.

Simon Hackett, who rose to prominence after founding and leading the company 'Internode', has confirmed that he will present later this year.  Simon is known for his passion of vintage machines (see his blog post here) but is also very active in the community with his latest modern developments in renewable energy.

He currently runs an office space called 'Base64' situated on North Terrace here in the Adelaide Central Business District.  I was quite impressed, after a personal tour of his space, at how atmospheric it is with internal gardens and displays.  Vintage computers are also displayed here at Base64 where they allign the outer perimeter of the main conference room.