Creation date / 2016 / February / 27
Organizer, the "desktop-filofax", could be seen running on an RPCEmu system.
R-Comp's new TiMachine is based around the Titanium motherboard from Elesar.
The new TiMachine from R-Comp comes in a compact form-factor.
- David Snell
David Snell was demonstrating hist software titles, including ProCAD+, ProOSM, WebWonder and FunFysics.
- Portable Pi
John Norris had created a range of portable Raspberry Pi-based systems running RISC OS.
This portable Raspberry Pi was controlling the dumbbell using John Norris's Stringing software.
The Raspberry Pi-controlled dumbbell could be used for bellringing practice.
- John Norris
John Norris's stand was a mixture of campanology and hand-made preserves.
- Rapido Ti
CJE Micro's had the new Titanium-based RapidO Ti machine on display.
- PrintPDF, CashBook and Locate
PrintPDF, CashBook and Locate had all seen updates for the event.
- CJE Micro's
The CJE Micro's stand had their trademark large collection of stock on display.
- Steve Fryatt
My own stand had my software on display, along with copies of the WROCC Back Catalogue CD.
- Soft Rock Software
The Soft Rock Software stand had games, Raspberry Pi cases... and sweets.
- Risc PiC
The Risc PiC-mini case from Soft Rock Software.
- Chris Hall
Chris Hall's self-contained Pi running his Fruit Machine software could be seen on the Soft Rock Software stand.