The list of exhibitors attending Wakefield 2016 currently includes the following companies and individuals. We’re still adding names, though – so watch this space for updates!
The floorplan and stand numbers are provisional, and still subject to change.
If you would like attend the event as an exhibitor, then please contact us for more information or to book your place – spaces are available on a first-come, first-served basis.
My stand is for ABug - The Acorn and BBC computer User Group. I’ll have a BBC B and a Master 128 set up mainly for games or whatever people want to use them for. I’ll also have some information on ABug and what happens at our user group meetings.
I intend to use my space to show off a restored Master 512 and a 128 running a fully working Acorn Winchester 130.
Not intending to sell anything , but might have a few small items I’d be willing to part with.
During the day myself and a couple of other 8-bitters plan to restore a fried Electron to working condition , so people may be interested in looking in on that.
I’ll have other small peripheral devices in action as well.
I’ll also be on the lookout for an Arc for sale to use as a level three server in the future , so where better than a RISC show.
Looking forward to seeing you all there.
AMCOG Games will be showcasing and, subject to beta testing, releasing a new title at the Wakefield show. This new game has been inspired by ‗Fervour‖ and is implemented using 3D vector graphics rather than traditional sprites. In addition, copies of our other two titles, Legends of Magic and Overlord will also be available to play or buy.
Over the years, our charity stall has raised some £17,000 for good causes. At Wakefield 2016 we will again be selling donated goods in aid of Wakefield Hospice, and we will also be accepting mobile phones on behalf of the Hospice.
Stand 16 (Show Theatre at 1.30pm)
4D & CJE Micro’s in addition to their normal massive range of
The RapidO Ig (IGEPv5 based) now has full SATA support!
For users wanting a second display output(*) then the RapidO Ti
RapidO Ig: 725 GBP
For independent benchmarks please see Chris Hall’s website:
Whilst for processing speed there is little to choose between the RapidO
RiscPC: 1.8 MB/s
We’ve also averaged all the benchmarks listed by Chris Hall that
RiscPC = 100%
The RapidO Ig is now also available in a nice swish miniDTX case.
For more details please see our stand, contact us or see:
(*)The second display output is currently functional but not
The RapidO Ig is sold by The Fourth Dimension which is not VAT
I will be exhibiting an Econet network based around an MDFS file
Drag ‘N Drop will be at the Wakefield show from 12 noon onwards with the latest edition of the magazine. Come and see a Pi Top in action (a Raspberry Pi-powered laptop running RISC OS) and browse and buy from our stocks of “The Book of Draw Stuff” (reprinted March 2016) as well as USB memory sticks (flash drives) containing all the back issues, type-in programs and bonus files. All at special show prices.
I will be showing Release 4 or a Pre-Release of Release 4 of
Stand 21 (Show Theatre at 3.00pm)
MW Software will demonstrate and sell ArtWorks, the platform’s
Orpheus will be at the 2016 show where we will be available to discuss any and all needs relating to providing broadband/internet access. Also our website and domain services. We now can provide/advise on remote service contracts, backup locally and securely over the internet to our own servers. We look forward to chatting to you at the show and also offering our bowl of sweets for you to dip into as you pass.
Stand 9 (Show Theatre at 11.15am)
R-Comp will be showing its latest range of software including the newly-released Fireworkz Pro 2, NetFetch 4 and a new edition of DP Genealogy. There will also be DeleGate system protection, plus favourites such as Messenger Pro email, and SafeStore2 backup.
If you’re in the market for a new RISC OS computer, you’ll want to visit the R-Comp Interactive stand. You’ll see the hugely successful ARMX6 machines driving high resolution (up to 4k) screens, as well as the newly released TiMachine powerhouses. Not to mention, our RISCube/RISCbook range have long been best-sellers. Which is right for you? Come and find out!
A range of new, enhanced, products for the Acorn range of computers.
Retrosoftware stand I’ll be demonstrating games that people have written for the BBC and Electron over the last few years. Particular emphasis will be on several fantastic arcade conversions by Tricky. Tricky specialises in pushing the BBC hardware to it’s limits to display lots of sprites that are all smoothly animated at 50 frames per second. These conversions easily surpass the quality of the equivalent games that were commercially available for the BBC back in the 80s. Other games will include two Electron titles: Jungle Journey and Castle Raider by David Boddie. I’ll also be showing two games I’ve written, as well as a work-in-progress demo of a Master only game that’s currently in development. Take a look at the forums at retrosoftware.co.uk to see what we retro coders are up to!
Stand 14 (Show Theatre at 12.00pm)
Stand 19 (Show Theatre at 2.15pm)
A new version of RiscOSM, the vector map software based on Open
A wide range of freshly-converted map data will be available for
We will also be launching a new version of ImpEmail, the mail-merging
For Raspberry Pi owners, Soft Rock Software will be selling a
Come to the stand and join the club that runs the Wakefield Show, we are now international with members in Canada and italy and well as all over the UK.
Pick up the latest edition of the newsletter CD for 10 ukp for non-members and 7.50 ukp for members or join and the club and get the CD at 7.50.
The popular networking guides will also be available to order at the show.
Don’t forget the prize draw is also taking place on the club stand with two possible prizes.
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