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!

Drawing from Tinbergen

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

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...

Beginning notes on plant scatter – maps/pictorial forms

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

Ants Fabric

Margaret Minsky June to Sept 2018 Anticipation was a great aspect of Dinacon. I had...

Diva PJs – “foraging nighty”

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

AUV flyby

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

Dinasaur Illustrations

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

Island take away sound glasses – Mónica Rikić

I came with the idea of making a playful device at the island. I brought...

DIY Marine Microbes – Kitty Quitmeyer

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

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

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

Ode to Dinacon

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

Foraging Map, Koh Lon – Craig Durkin

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

Sun Set Clock – Prototype

Technology separates us from nature, but does it need to? I used some of my...

Hiking Hacks: Designing Interactive Systems Paper – Andy Quitmeyer

During our Digital Naturalism Conference, I will actually have to go full-on meta-conference  and present...

Bioluminescence Textile – Elizabeth Bigger

by Elizabeth Bigger An unplanned and rapid experiment resulted from an evening of swimming with...