MO5.COM keeps striving to preserve computer and video game patrimony. To this end, we gain public awareness of our action through many interactive events where anyone can try landmark computers and video game consoles from the past.
For further information, please download our brochure: http://mo5.com/medias/plaquette_internationale_mo5.com.pdf
2007 Events Schedule :
Past Events :
“Vintage Gaming Apéritif” with the French FragDolls team!
Exhibition: Electronic Sports World Cup (in the Intel booth)
Exhibition Japan Expo 2007
Coming Events :
Aug 22 to 26 Games Convention / Leipzig, Germany.
Sept 21 to 23 Le Festival du Jeu Vidéo (The Video Game Festival) / Montreuil, France.
Sept 29 to Nov 10 40 ans d’informatique (40 Years of IT) / Le Havre, France.
Oct 14 La Nuit Blanche (The Sleepless Night) with Milk cybercafés / Paris, France.
Nov 28 to Dec 1 Pixel-Night 3 / Meudon, France.
Other events are currently under negotiation and will be added to the schedule as soon as dates and locations are confirmed by our partners! Our website ( http://MO5.com) hosts reviews of all the events we have been involved in so far.
The Games Convention– the largest video games exhibition in Europe– will take place from August 22 to 26, 2007 in Leipzig, Germany. More than 230,000 visitors are expected to attend. MO5.COM will take part in the event by offering for use more than 16 consoles and computers which landmarked the video game world from 1975 to the present day. Within the scope of this event, our association is actively seeking partners or sponsors to help present its machines to the visiting public.
About MO5.COM :
MO5.COM is a non-profit association whose mission is to preserve computer and video game patrimony. We are also busy creating a national institute dedicated to the use and protection of digital sciences. Thanks to our acknowledged know-how, we are frequently consulted by the media and national institutions. Additionally, a 400m² storage space located in the near suburbs of Paris gives us the ability to produce interactive exhibitions on demand, presenting various aspects of the computer and video games history, and to receive members or researchers who want to work with us on improving their knowledge, studying collections, or completing our website.
For further information, please download our brochure, or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.