Projects

Everyone coming to dinacon has just 3 simple rules:

  1. Make Something
  2. Document and Share it
  3. Give feedback to at least 2 other folks about their thing!

Many of the projects are collected in our book available to download for free!

Here is also a growing collection of all the amazing projects developed at our fun little jungle/sea conference!

Mobile Coconut Yarn Holder – Danielle Hoogendijk

Dani sneakily crafted this wonderful device as a present for our node leader, Kitty Quitmeyer,...

DIY Marine Microbes – Kitty Quitmeyer

One of our conference node leaders , Kitty Quitmeyer (wellreadpanda.com), worked on creating DIY knitted...

Wild Behavior – Jonathan Gill

My project was to develop a low-cost, open-source platform for testing the perceptual and cognitive...

Smart environments: from natural to digital

In the future, we will live in "smart environments". A smart environment is filled with...

Kris Casey – Beginning Endless Forms

August 12-19th. Kris Casey is a visual artist and creative researcher from Chicago, IL. Her...

Cargol – Found nature object temporary art piece – Agosto

by Agosto Agosto, arguable the most youthful member of the Dinacon crew, began his adventures...

Beginning notes on plant scatter – maps/pictorial forms

notes by Huiying Ng building on Craig Durkin's foraging map   Some old/fossilied DINAsaurs are...

DinaCrab: Hermit Crab Behavior

When humans are near, making noise or stomping on the ground or rippling the intertidal...

Success with water-adapted augmented reality (AR)

Success with water-adapted augmented reality (AR). Aquatic AR goggles, immersive AR environments ... ImmerSea: Subversive Submersibles...

ImmerSea: Digital Naturalism Conference Field Report

Subversive Submersibles, water-adapted augmented reality  Oya Damla, Kira deCoudres, Adam Zaretsky, Ryan Cotham Abstract -...

TribeNET- Mesh sensor network for battling future distopia

by Elizabeth Bigger, Luis Fraguada, and Agosto Thanks to Dani, Mark, and Umeed for help...

Dinasaur Illustrations

By Michelle Tan I was at Dinacon for almost four days in the first week...

Dinaclock: A time-correct view of Chalong Bay

Josh Michaels - http://joshjet.net I spent my time on the island filming time-lapse photos of...

3 microfictions on Koh Lon

The idea was to adopt the point of view of select native organisms to sketch...

Biomimeticx2

  This project has been performed in the premises of Dinacon (KohLon, Thailand), Harakka island...