Added the Case Modding Workshop!

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Michael Biggs 19 years ago
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<eventdefs>
<!-- Spring 2004 -->
<eventitem date="2004-07-17" time="11:30 AM" room="RCH 308"
title="Case Modding Workshop!">
<short>Learn how to make your computer 1337!</short>
<abstract>
<p>
Are you bored of beige?<br />
Tired of an overheating computer?<br />
Is your computer's noise level on par with a jet engine?
</p>
<p>
Got a nifty modded case?<br />
Want one?
</p>
<p>
The Computer Science Club will be holding a Case Modding Workshop
to help answer these questions.
</p>
<p>
There will be demonstrations on how to make a case window, how
to paint your case, managing cables and keeping your computer
quiet and cool.
</p>
<p>
The event is FREE and there will be FREE PIZZA. All are welcome!
</p>
<p>
To help you on your way to getting a wicked computer case, we have a limited
number of "Case Modding Starters Kits" available. They come with an LED fan,
a fan grill, a sheet of Plexan, thumbscrews, wire ties, and more! They're
only $10 and will be on sale at the event. Here's a <a
href="redkit.jpg">picture</a>.
</p>
<p>
If you already have a modded case, we encourage you to bring it out
and show it off! There will be a prize for the best case!!
</p>
<p>
We hope to see you there!
</p>
<p>
This event is sponsored by Bigfoot Computers.
</p>
</abstract>
</eventitem>
<eventitem date="2004-06-17" time="4:00 PM" room="MC 2066"
title="``Optical Snow'': Motion parallax and heading computation in densely cluttered scenes. -or- Why Computer Vision needs the Fourier Transform!">
<short>A talk by Richard Mann; School of Computer Science</short>

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