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!

CRAB LAB

an Amphibological Research Project Introduction Here at the ​Department of Amphibological Research​, our primary studies...

Smart environments: from natural to digital

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

Drawing from Tinbergen

Margaret Minsky 2018 At Dinacon I did some drawing. I chose to copy drawings by...

Ode to Dinacon

The Best Thing about Dinacon You work get hot maybe frustrated too and then take...

Robot Language Music Video-by Albert and Mary (Dezmediah)

with help from Maggie Kane, Tasneem Khan, Mark Lifana, and Andy Quitmeyer Make a kickass...

Wild Behavior – Jonathan Gill

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

3 microfictions on Koh Lon

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

Mobile Coconut Yarn Holder – Danielle Hoogendijk

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

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...

Crochetteering – a tale of fishy innovation

by Hannah Perner-Wilson (+C, KOBAKANT) My plans for Dinacon were to develop An Underwater Studio...

Recycloom (recycled textile loom)

In early summer 2017, Streetcat (https://www.streetcat.media/) participated as a node leader for the inaugural Digital...

DIY Marine Microbes – Kitty Quitmeyer

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

DinaCrab: Hermit Crab Behavior

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

Tree Yabbie – Michael Candy

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

Tidal Memories

Tidal Memories displays Dinacon photos against an animated intertidal zone. Tidal Memories is an interactive,...