Pesky People is doing a short presentation at the B2Camp on 12th August in the Birmingham Library Theatre.

Pesky People ‘s presentation is about digital accessibility and announcing both the OLILI project and Pesky People’s new website .

The unconference focuses on the built environment and digital technologies – like last year there is a sparkling line up including:

  • Brian Gambles – Head of BCC Library Services (Introduction to Library of Birmingham Project)
  • Speaker: TBC Second Life and the Virtual Library of Birmingham
  • Speaker: TBC – Wifi, interaction design and the Physical Library of Birmingham
  • Paul Wilkinson & Martin Brown – Be2Camp
  • Be2Camp Awards – The final shortlist
  • Proboscis – http://bookleteer.com – Self publishing + augmented reading
  • Andy Hudson-Smith – http://www.digitalurban.org – http://www.talesofthings.com
  • Michael Kohn – SliderStudio – Democratic Design: StickyWorld
  • Andy Hartwell – Substrakt – Mobile & Web Apps in the Built Environment
  • Nick Corbett with Geoff Henderson – Urban Living & DNA – Web2.0 & Sense of Place urban design project
  • Nick Booth – http://podnosh.com – The Librarian at Large
  • James Thomson – http://www.burohappold.com – Building Information Modelling: Virtual Reality, Parametric Geometry, Google Earth
  • Bob Leung – Woobius – Getting your web 2.0 fix in large companies
  • Alison Smith – Pesky People – Disability & Digital Accessibility