Group project presentations

Today was the day for all second year students in the Computer Lab to present their group projects. First we had a demonstration session to give everyone a chance to break the software, then we had 5 minute presentations from each group about what they’d done.

Sam and Eduards in front of their group project (which I failed to break)

Sam and Eduard in front of their group project (which I failed to break)

Mistral pitching the finer points of 'abandonment prediction' to Daniel (also known as Ticker A)

Mistral pitching the finer points of ‘abandonment prediction’ to Daniel (also known as Ticker A)

Holly with the occulus rift which her group used for visualising trading data

Holly with the occulus rift which her group used for visualising trading data

Jake was presenter of his group’s Sound Garden project.  He orchestrated (pun) a live demonstration: this involved the rest of the group strategically walking round the lecture theatre. Jake was also one of the few presenters who opened with a good attention grabbing opening line about turning people into musical instruments. Another notable mention goes to Eduard who proudly presented Prof. Ian Leslie with a Kit Kat as a reward for audience participation.

Also, there was some stuff done by students at other colleges too…

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