This weekend in London, it’s time for Homecamp 4, a two-day unconference all about hacking your home to improve the way it uses energy. With contributors from Nanode, Pachube, OpenEnergyMonitor and more, it should be a great event.
AMEE are sponsoring the event so it’s free to attend and we’ll also be presenting some of our own stuff. We’ll show how to build environmentally-aware webapps in minutes with AMEEappkit, how to destroy (and fix) the climate in Minecraft, and showing off a few other experiments that we still have under wraps for now. We’re offering free API access to attendees, so make sure you find James or Chris to get a promo code.
The AMEE dev team are thinking a lot about game mechanics for climate change awareness at the moment, so we’ll probably organise a group session on that if you fancy joining. There may be some practical research with Catan Oil Springs as well!