by Clay Shirky
Scientists will pitch their ideas to hackers and other researchers in a lightening round moderated by NYU's Clay Shirky.
Andrew Hill from Vizzuality will give a demo of how their mapping API works and how you can easily map any data set.
ITP Students will lead this workshop into how to take a 3D model and print it out using affordable tools like the MakerBot.
The Public Laboratory will lead a workshop on balloon photography and cartography and how you can use affordable DIY tools for surveying and research.
by Tom Igoe
Tom Igoe, one of the cofounders of Arduino and ITP professor, will lead a workshop on how to use the affordable microcontrollers to create new tools for scientific inquiry and engagement. The Arduino platform is an entirely open source microcontroller platform that has been used to build everything from cheap traffic meters to simple drone autopilot systems.
Have your hacks critiqued and judged by your peers and our panel of guest judges!
1st–2nd June 2013