On September 2nd 2011 Andrew Norton gave a presentation on the Muon1 project as part of the science track of the extremely popular science fiction/fantasy convention, Dragon*Con. It was a well received talk focusing on the basics of the project, it's goals, and why it's so different from every other distributed computing project out there.
Now, we have the presentation available as a video for you.
This is the presentation ONLY. The question and answer session will be available as part of the audio recording by the event host, when they are finished processing it. It will be published here at a later date.
Many thanks to Stephen Brooks, for his assistance in the content of the presentation, and for providing a significant amount of the images used throughout.
Thanks also go to Rune Nordbøe Skillingstad for the use of the results timelapse video for Linac900ext6tc2
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