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!

Coconut water catcher 1.0

Are your bowls too small to catch your coconut water? Do you struggle to prevent...

Costuming TAN

by Mika Satomi Costuming TAN is a wearable antenna for Tree Area Network Project by...

ImmerSea: Digital Naturalism Conference Field Report

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

Sandcastles by Joreg

Attempts at acquiring a new skill. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HlEao2AxUMkhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GaFRcvvP0JI Tool: Shovel bought at local hardware store "super...

Biomimeticx2

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

Nocturnal Garden: Touch Sensor Environmental Art Installation

Relax and listen to Gregory Hanks Green play the Khaen a traditional Lao/Thai mouth organ...

Tree Yabbie – Michael Candy

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

3 microfictions on Koh Lon

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

Recycloom (recycled textile loom)

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

DinaSynth Quartet – Scott (Seamus) Kildall

At Dinacon 2018, Scott (Seamus) Kildall prototyped a new project called DinaSynth Quartet, which is...

DinaCrab: Hermit Crab Behavior

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

TribeNET- Mesh sensor network for battling future distopia

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

Success with water-adapted augmented reality (AR)

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

Translating Nature into Art

As an artist, I see myself less so as creator and more so as a...

Diva PJs – “foraging nighty”

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