Elger "Stitch" Jonker
Stitch is co-organizer for the MCH2022 hacker camp. Has also helped set up SHA2017 and does all kinds of things, for example helped build the design generator, work on the permit and spend office days organizing all kinds of stuff. In the past Stitch helped set up hackerspaces Hack42 and Awesome Space in the Netherlands.
⚠️ Warning! This talk may contain hackers. There may be hackers in the room. There may be hackers surrounding the room. There may be hackers recording this. There may be hackers listening in. There may be hackers that exfiltrate data. There may be hackers wearing shirts. There may be hackers carrying spying devices. OH NO! There are hackers EVERYWHERE! What can we do now, except having a party?
It's over before you know it... this talk looks back at the event, explains how the tear-down works, highlights next years camps and gives a tanks to all the organizers on stage.
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The sound system in the Abacus stage is promoted by HOLOPLOT as 'a new era of audio'. The system, called X1, allows for horizontal and vertical directional audio control, which opens up the door for lots of new creative possibilities. Everything from defying the conventional behaviour of sound such as mitigating reflection and reverberation - to dividing a space into virtual zones each with unique audio content, all from a single sound system. Imagine the left-hand side of a room listening to a conference in French and the right-hand side in Japanese. Each side is unaware of the other.
During this session engineers from HOLOPLOT will collaborate with a bunch of DJs and musicians (which might include you) and take the chance to unleash some creativity in the tent! A mini-mission to find out what this new era of audio really means! This is an experimental session that features a wide selection of audio: various styles of music, sound effects and field recordings. You might be dancing to live mashups, where the vocals of the left and right sides of the room differ, you might find yourself standing in the middle of Times Square.
When attending this session it will be rewarding to walk around in the tent, as different parts of the tent can contain different soundscapes and experiments. Join this session to see what the possibilities are for this technology as we push to discover its potential and its limitations!
If you want to play something on stage, be there at 22:30 during the session buildup.