Details coming soon...
- PA system
- Internet access
Wireless and wired access.
- Food and drink service
A restauration service will be available at the party place for a reasonable fee.
- Bringing a PC
You can bring you laptop machine at the partyplace. Please contact us first if you intend to bring a desktop PC.
- No sleeping Area
The party will be held for two days, but the party place will be closed at night.
- No heavy electrical equipment
Please do not bring stuff like cookware, heater, and other such equipment.
- No smoking inside The venue is a non smoking area, but ou can smoke in the outdoor area, while watching the snowflakes fall. :-)
Originating in the late 80s, the demoscene is a computer subculture composed of people who see a computer system as a way of expression and experimentation. Graphic artists, musicians and programmers perform their art using modern or legacy machines, both bending to rules and breaking any rules at the same time. Their work ranges from music that sound like old console games to visual effects on par with the current state of the art.
Although the demoscene is strongly rooted in Europe, with its most famous events taking place in Finland, Germany or Norway, it has been spreading all around the World. Japan has its own demoscene event too: the Tokyo Demo Fest.
Such an event, referred to as a demoparty, is about creating, enjoying others creations, competing with them, sharing your experience, learning and partying while making new friends or professional contacts. Tokyo Demo Fest is two days of demoscene art.
This documentary made by the Hungarian filmmaker Szilárd Matusik gives an indepth presentation of the demoscene.
Moleman 2 - Demoscene - The Art of the Algorithms
The Sky Is Wide Enough by Reputeless / PC Demo / TokyoDemoFest 2012 1st