Ingenology is excited to join with Think Big Partners and BetaBlox to host the NASA International Space Apps Challenge.
In 2013, the Kansas City location received worldwide recognition in two categories. Interplanetary weather app Sol received the global award for Best Use of Data, and Stellar Stuff earned honorable mention in the Galactic Impact category.
In 2014, KC once again received global honors. Web application Yorbit received on the Most Inspiring award, and the NERO Project was an awards finalist.
We’re looking for web developers, designers, content developers and anyone interested in the collaborative advancement of space or technology.
Creative, collaborative, change drives everything we do at Ingenology and it's what we'll be promoting at this three-day event. Come build amazing apps, data visualizations, and other solutions to further space exploration, education and NASA missions.
SATURDAY, April 11 (10 a.m. - 4 p.m.) BUILD. BUILD. BUILD.
Saturday will be a full day of building solutions for the Space Apps Challenge. Get with your teams and think it, build it, ship it. Iterate don't hesitate. Breakfast and lunch will be provided so that you and your team stay full and stay sharp.
SUNDAY, April 12 (10 a.m. - 2 p.m.) BUILDING. AWARDS.
Sunday is for finishing up your solutions and preparing them for judging, which will begin around 1 p.m. Breakfast and lunch will be provided.
WHAT'S PROVIDED? WHAT DO YOU NEED TO BRING?
High-speed internet will be provided. Comfortable space as well as food and beverages will be available. All you need to bring is your computer, a charger, and your A-game.
The following projects were worked on at Kansas City: