Friday, Mar 14, 2014, 10 am – 5 pm
Working with hardware is also in the focus of the hackathon, including programming and controlling all kinds of devices.
And This is the hardware we will have in place:
- Google Glass (SDK download link)
- Epson Moverio BT-200
- Lemonboard (SDK download link) – 1 as aprize
- Omate Truesmart Smart Watch (download link to follow)
- Agent Smartwatch (SDK download link)
- Adidas Smartrun Smart Watch (download link to follow)
- Lego Mindstorms Robot Set (SDK download link)
- Fischer Technik 505286 ROBO TX Training Lab (download link to follow) – 1 as a prize
- Udoo board (SDK download link) – 10 as prizes
- APC board (SDK download link) – 5 as prizes
- Alcatel One Touch (download link to follow) – 5 as prizes
- iBeacons development kit (SDK will be handed out on premise) – 1 set as a prize
To take part (and have the chance to win a prize)
- Download the SDK/SDKs for the platform you want to work on
- Bring your laptop with the SDK to the hackathon
- Present your work to the jury at the end of the hackathon.
We run the shortest hackathon I ever organised and attended. Although we limited boarding and development time to 6 hours only – all developer teams accepted this time-boxed challenge. They jump started their development stack and everbody built a functional app for each hardware. KUDOS TO YOU ALL ! It was very hard to judge but the biggest hackathon hack for me is the working Flappy Bird clone. You can now play 3D Flappy Bird as augmented reality smart glass app. The Android App runs on the EPSON moverio BT-200 and uses metaio and the orginal Flappy Bird game look and feel but is enhanced and does not only but 2d but 3D ! But take a short look yourself at the Flappy Bird 3D/AR video….
Apart from the Google Glasses which are still not sold yet – there are more smart Glasses at the market. At the hackathon we had the chance to work with the new EPSON moverio BT-200.
The third day of the developer ground is dedicated to developing with hardware. Below is a short preview what prices and devices are available tomorrow. Perhaps you want to preload the SDK already. Watch for updates of this post for more during tomorrow/subscribe to blog. Hints are on the following links Dual Smart Glasses – Epson […]
Today I had the opportunity to get some insights and behind the scene looks from the adidas miCoach team. Burkhard Dümler and Georg Held explained the idea, challenges and learning from the miCoach mobile app. I asked them why adidas is engaging in wearable and smart devices.
One day before the Developer Playground@space:d starts, we know one thing we have not been fully sure about yet: developers know where Hannover is and they are ready to get together on the CeBIT fairground!
It took some time, but eventually the device list for the Developer Playground hackathon on Fri 14. is complete – or at least almost complete. Twelve devices – as far as we know today – will be presented to the developers as hacking objects.
Smartwatches are only in the first stage of their evolution, some features are still disappointing, experts say. Nevertheless, developers are challenged to push for the real innovation in this field. On the Developer Playground, they can do so together.
A new system allows developers to write apps that enhance the functionality of cars and enable innovative mobility services. All it takes is an ODB plug which almost every car built in the past 15 years has on board. The makers of the mad system are proposing to present it during a barcamp session.
Smart Glasses technology is among the main topics on the Developer Playground. Mostafa Akbari from RWTH (Technical University) Aachen will share his experience and insight in this field. Also on the Developer Playground: hands-on instructions for developers working on smart glasses.
… by making a proposal for a barcamp presentation: Proposals are submitted as comments, either on the barcamp page of our Developer Playground blog or on the barcamp pages on Google+ – in this case separately for day 1 and day 2. Proposals will be collected, sorted and published in our blog and on Google+. … […]
Ideas, projects and proposals started floating in right after the announcement of the Developer Playground. And a lot of cool hardware to hack: Google Glass, Lego Mindstorms, Smart Watches and more. Registration for barcamp and hackathon is open.
space:d – Developer Playground registration has opened. The hands-on hardware event for developers on CeBIT from March, 12-14. has open the registration. Get you free CeBIT entrance and register for the participation of the barcamp and hackathon.