Sensing the Environment Hackathon: Reception
July 10, 2017
Please join us for the closing reception and presentation of designs and prototypes of the Sensing the Environment Hackathon on Friday, July 21.
The reception begins at 5:30 pm on Friday July 21at PNCA, the Arlene and Harold Schnitzer Center for Art and Design, 511 NW Broadway. Presentations begin at 6:30pm and go until 8:30pm.
The evening will also include a conversation about strategies for building and deploying many of these sensors across the region. We hope that you can attend and would be delighted if you were interested in placing a kit on your roof or in your garden to record birdsong and study the local environmental conditions.
Refreshments will be served. Please RSVP at the link provided:
Join us to see some wonderful, imaginative and impactful designs.
If you are unable to attend but are interested in building/deploying/sponsoring sensor kit(s), please contact email@example.com. We would be thrilled to collaborate with you.
And in case you (or somebody you know) is interested in joining the Hackathon, please do sign up.
Partners and Sponsors:
- Blue Star Donuts
- Breakside Brewery
- Crowd Supply
- Nordic Semiconductor
- Nossa Familia Coffee
- Portland 3D Printing Lab
- Public Lab
- Sandy River Basin Watershed Council
Workshops are available for registration for students, staff, faculty, and community members
Winter Light Festival. The Make+Think+Code students, staff, and residents took over the Arlene and Harold Schnitzer Center for Art and Design with interactive light installations.
The 2018 Summit is designed to share insights, identify knowledge gaps and to continue our collaborative work to achieve digital equity.
We're really excited about seeing the 2 prototypes (bird calls and air pollution pm 2.5) come together.
Please join us -- we would love to have a diverse interdisciplinary collaboration.