Our open call has now closed, and we’re pleased to say we had an incredible mix of varied and exciting applications for participation!
The Art-A-Hack crew (Ellen Pearlman, Kent Rahman and Andy McWilliams) have put together nine groups that encompass twenty-one people.
The categories and people include:
- Wearables and 3D Printing
Reed Tothong, Kate Sicchio and Aaron Trocola
- Neuro Sky, Neuro Projection and EEG
Aleef Mahmud, Eva Lee and Daniel Padawar
- Depth and Multimedia
Diana Castro, Tyler Parker and Joelle Fleurantin
- Performance, Depth and Oculus
Noah Pivnick and Jason Levine
- Oculus, Fantasy World and LED
Martha Hipley, Sophi Kravitz, and Takafumi Ide
- Smart Technology and Environments
Andrew Ritchie and Chinazo Rena Anakwe
- Time and Code
Kim Fisher and Olga Ast
- Public Space and Theater
Annie Berman and Francisco Javier Molina
- Google Glass
Mark Bolotin and Billy Keefe
Art-A-Hack will take place at Thoughtworks in Manhattan over three Saturdays in June and July. It is not open to the public, but we are working for a venue to show the public the fantastic results.
Thanks to everyone who answered our open call. We hope to sponsor more Art-A-Hacks in the future.