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!

Diva PJs – “foraging nighty”

Made from old sheets used on the Diva Andaman, to softness of the fabric inspired...

Excerpts from Dinacon

I came to Dinacon with the intention of writing and reading for TIGER, the next...

An Underwater Studio Practice

Hannah Perner-Wilson (+C, KOBAKANT) During my 7 days at DiNaCon I want to build myself...

Tree Yabbie – Michael Candy

Michael Candy, the world's fastest robot tinkerer, created a slew of robots at Dinacon. One...

Foraging Map, Koh Lon – Craig Durkin

Craig Durkin started mapping fruit and foods you can find on the island! Many new...

Wild Behavior – Jonathan Gill

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

Cococrafts 2 – Turn coconut into rope and wire: Dennis and Lydia

What to do with all those coconut husks? Make stuff with them! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bNXEESP6s50    

Hacking a camera to hack the jungle

This is a simple camera hack that can be done just about anywhere. We modified...

Success with water-adapted augmented reality (AR)

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

Erik Zepka

For the conference I did a series of projects, exploring different media and formats. I...

DIY Marine Microbes – Kitty Quitmeyer

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

Mobile Coconut Yarn Holder – Danielle Hoogendijk

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

Ecosystem Simulation

My goal for this simulation was to be able to abstractly demonstrate interdependence in an...

Tree Area Network (TAN) – a private Network for trees and humans

A TAN is a Network using plant-infrastructure to transmit data over trees. (Ingo Randolf) Introduction...

AUV flyby

  Minor change of plans: instead of running a mission (list of waypoints), the AUV...