Algoma University Jammers

Front view of Algoma University's Sault Ste' Marie campus
    • Algoma University will host the GGJ jammers in the computer lab NW102. The lab has Windows PCs. It has a large TV screens that the jammers can use to showcase their prototypes, team discussions, etc.
      The lab will be open for 48 hrs. during the GGJ. People will need to register on the GGJ website prior to lab access. For more information contact: Prof. Miguel Garcia-Ruiz ([email protected])
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      English (English)

      Age Restrictions
      18+ only
      Entrance Fee
      Maximum Capacity
      Open for entire 48 hours
      Who Can Participate
      Available Tools or Technology
      Mac and PC computers, TV screens
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      24 Hour Security
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      Accessible Public Transport
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      Alcohol Free or Alcohol Free Spaces
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      Completely Non Smoking
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      Drinks and Snacks
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      Free Coffee
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      Quiet Space

      Has a quiet space/spaces away from the main jam areas