Final Presentations for Art-A-Hack 2015

Our final presentations took place on July 11 2015 at ThoughtWorks. Besides friends and family, ThoughtWorks founder Roy Singham came by to see what our Art-A-Hackers had produced.

Our seven teams were able to showcase the results of four weeks of incredibly hard and well-thought out work.

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Final Week of Hacking

For Week 4 of Art-A-Hack we were hosted by Microsoft in their sparkling offices opposite the Port Authority bus station in Times Square.

The teams adapted to the new lab environment, putting finishing touches on their projects.

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Pictures From Week 3

Week three brought new challenges as the teams discovered the limits of both time and their abilities.

This is a normal part of the Art-A-Hack process, and the teams were encouraged to share their experiences with each other.

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Week 2 of Art-A-Hack 2015

The pressure was on for our second week as teams delved into their individual and group projects together.

Collaborations, breakthroughs and excitement, as well as exasperation, frustration and general angst came to pass. Yet, by the end of the day, the teams rallied ready to tackle another week of hard work.

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Week 1 of Art-A-Hack 2015

The excitement was palpable as everyone gathered round to gear up for week 1 of Art-A-Hack.

The teams divided into seven groups exploring subjects as diverse as fashion technology, brain-computer interfaces, and audio engineering in sub-zero environments.

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Announcing the 2015 Line-up for Art-A-Hack

We are pleased to announce the selected participants for the 2015 edition of Art-A-Hack. The participants come from extremely diverse backgrounds with a wealth of complementary talents, ideas and skill sets in both art and technology.

Besides partnering with The Volumetric Society and ThoughtWorks, the Metropolitan Museum of Art Media Lab is our newest partner in our endeavor “to come together to make something new.”

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