ECS students run electronics and computing activity at Science Day
A large team of ECS students, ran a very successful electronics and computing activity area at the University's Science Family Day on Saturday 10 March.
Hundreds of visitors took part in the activities provided by ECS for Science Family Day, experiencing virtual reality, building electronic devices such as lie detectors and electronic bagpipes, and making their own computer and video games.
The ECS stand attracted a huge crowd of visitors all day long, and ECS frisbees were among the most popular give-aways of the day!
Dr Steve Gunn and Dr Denis Nicole were also on hand to assist the electronics engineers of the future.