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!

Hacking a camera to hack the jungle

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

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...

Nocturnal Garden: Touch Sensor Environmental Art Installation

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

Success with water-adapted augmented reality (AR)

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

The Department of Amphibological Research is now open for submissions!

Here at the Department of Amphibological Research, we take image recognition on new expeditions in the...

Island Caterpillar – Hannah Wolfe

http://www.dinacon.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/07/caterpillar.mp4 Hannah Wolfe's  goal was to explore caterpillar movement while on the island.  She looked...

Dinna-con Foraging Guide (PDF)

Foraged Noms! The symbiosis of Dinna-con Fossils  have led to the creation of the Ko...

TribeNET- Mesh sensor network for battling future distopia

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

Ants Fabric

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

DinaCrab: Hermit Crab Behavior

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

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...

Bioluminescence Textile – Elizabeth Bigger

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

Sun Set Clock – Prototype

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

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...

Coconut water catcher 1.0

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