Toronto, prepare for lift-off!
The weekend of April 10–12th, developers, makers, engineers and entrepreneurs will take on NASA-designed challenges, creating solutions that range from silly to serious, fantastical to feasible. Build a team, pick a challenge, and leverage your access to an extraordinary roster of mentors featuring past and present astronauts, aerospace engineers, and designers.
What's happening with the Hackathon?
The Hackathon will be held at Bnotions' offices at 200 - 106 Front St. E from Friday, April 10 - Sunday, April 12, 2015.
For more information on our Hackathon, check out: http://spaceappstoronto.com/2015/
What's happening with the Youth Program?
The Youth Program will be held on April 11, 2015 from 1pm - 5pm at Ladies Learning Code's Lab at 483 Queen St. W.
For more information on our Youth Event, check out: http://spaceappstoronto.com/2015/youth.html
Projects Nominated for Global Judging
Global Nominee #1DBNN.NASA
Global Nominee #2The Mars Endeavour: Lava Tubes
Best Mission ConceptThe Mars Endeavour: Lava Tubes
Projects Receiving Local AwardsHonourable Mention: Hardware - Ulysses Explorer - finding the hazards so you don't have too!
Honourable Mention: Earth - izumi
The following projects were worked on at Toronto:
Ulysses Explorer - finding the hazards so you don't have too!Project Members from this location
A mobile sensor platform that provides a test platform for various sets of sensors, telemetry and communications to those whom matter most the humans. Creating sensors that will provide timely and advanced warning of person hazards can be hazardous to create and thus the Ulysses Explorer avoi... Visit Project
Spy GlassProject Members from this location
A user and content creator mobile app using aggregated satellite imagery. Images can be shared among all social media platform and rated upon for daily 'trends' or popularity.Visit Project
DBNN.NASAProject Members from this location
DBNN.NASA is a project to classify asteroids based on light curves using neural networks. The DL4J library was used to train a deep neural network based on 6000 known asteroids with lightcurve data from the NASA WISE project.
Our program can automatically scrape the minor planet center... Visit Project
The Mars Endeavour: Lava TubesProject Members from this location
Ten astronauts, five rovers, limited supplies and fuel. Explore Mars's lava tubes and develop a self-sustaining colony for future emigrates of Earth. Win achievements for surviving perils, mining ore and ice, building infrastructure and conducting successful science experiments. Built by caref... Visit Project
(IPS) International Print Station mk.IIProject Members from this location
World's Largest Lens (Remote Laser Sintering = build remote rapid colonies; or Large Telescope)
Ozone Generator (Rehabilitate Earth's O... Visit Project
izumiProject Members from this location
Goal: This project aims to improve the mapping of drinking water. Through crowd-sourcing and data driven analysis, the database of drinking water resources will not only grow, but also accurately reflect the source's condition and what it may be at risk of.
Overview of Functionality: -... Visit Project
We Go to the Moon (Apollo 11 / Saturn V) ModelProject Members from this location
The project was inspired by our family's visit to the Kennedy Space Centre's Apollo 11 / Saturn V building in 2015 where we saw the Control Room for the launch along with the giant Sequence Panel, VAB, Launch Pad and the Saturn V rocket itself. The experience was immersive and inspiring for us... Visit Project
We go to MarsProject Members from this location
The project was inspired by our visit to the Exploration Space®: Explorers Wanted at the Kennedy Space Centre. We saw the design of Z-SpaceSuit for Mars which allows Astronauts to get suited up from within their rover. Our kids wondered what kinds of tools these Mars Explorer would be having i... Visit Project