Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory is proud to be the host location for the Baltimore Washington region for this year's International Space Apps Challenge. This year we are hosting the event in Building 200, our Space Exploration Sector Building, on our South Campus.
Registration for all locations will open on March 2, 2015. Registration will be through this website. Please check https://2015.spaceappschallenge.org starting on March 2, 2015 for more information.
Please stay in touch over the next few weeks by following us on Twitter and reading our local event blog on Tumblr. See Links below.
Have a specific question you need answered? Interested in being a local sponsor? Get in touch with us directly by sending the organizers an email.
We look forward to seeing you at the event.
Projects Nominated for Global Judging
Global Nominee #1Water Finder App
Global Nominee #2Crashed: Survival on Mars
People's choiceWater Finder App
The following projects were worked on at Laurel:
Ultrasonic Stereo-vision PlatformProject Members from this location
The goal of this project is to create and test a software agent that can that can approximate a real-time ultrasonic map of an environment, and runs on standard hobbyist microcontrollers and microprocessors. The focus of this project is on simplicity and efficiency over technical prowess.Visit Project
Water Finder App
Space Event Alert MonitorProject Members from this location
Android mobile alert app that will allow developers, scientists, mission operators or anyone otherwise interested, to receive alerts based on a changing status value for a space mission provided by a webservice. The intent is to use the ISS telemetry feed as the source for proof of concept. ... Visit Project
Crashed: Survival on MarsProject Members from this location
Our project aims to achieve a simulation of a colony on Mars inside a lava tube. This could be useful for planning an expedition to Mars and the colony could be mapped out like in the game. In addition, it could also educate people about how it would be like on Mars, and it could provide a sim... Visit Project
Space Jam: Quest of the Green BlocksProject Members from this location
The objective of the game is to stay alive and score as many points as possible. Gameplay can be easily learned as the rocket simply follows the movement of the mouse. The game will end should the rocket fail to avoid the randomly moving space rocks. Points can be scored by maneuvering the roc... Visit Project