XR Ocean Hackathon
HOW WILL WE EDUCATE OURSELVES AND OTHERS IN THE FUTURE?
We are convinced that XR technology will play an important role. Therefore, we want to find solutions for possible problems in those areas in which technologies from the XR field come in to action.
Filmby Aarhus is heading Vision Denmark in a collaboration with the Baltic cities Gdynia, Tallinn and Vaasa, that organizes the XR Ocean Hackathon from 04. – 07. November.
Here you will get the opportunity to work on XR-prototypes for Future Education in local or international teams and pitch your prototypes in front of an international jury and audience from the Baltic area. The best project wins 1.000€.
During the Hackathon different mentors will help you by answering your questions and solving your struggles – therefore you do not need to have any XR experience!
You can register as a single person, a duo or as a team of maximal 5 people here. If you register as a single person or a duo, you’ll be allocated to international teams based on your knowledge, specialisation (IT, politics, urbanisation, mobility etc.) and your hometown.
Get your travel expenses covered
Get the chance to attend the Hackathon on-site in Kiel without cost and have your travel and accomodation expenses covered! You can apply by sending a motivated letter to firstname.lastname@example.org. there are two free accomodation seats on the line and everybody can apply. If you are not one of the lucky two, you are still more than welcome to participate on site in Kiel.
Our Hackathon will happen digitally and physically
If you prefer to participate from home, you can join digitally. In experienceable VR we are creating a virtual space in AltSpace in which the Event takes place. No worries – you can enter the space via your monitor as well.
During the Hackathon you can use our Discord Server in which different Speech- and Text-channels are at your service. You can connect with your team here. In Discord and AltSpace you can find your mentors as well.
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