Vectorform and the Dali Museum team up for sold out Project 34 Hackathon! This 34-hour event will take place May 2-3, 2015 at the Dali museum in St. Petersburg, Florida and will challenge participants to build an innovative digital experience that is an extension of the out-of-box thinking that was Salvador Dali and Leonardo DiVinci. […]

Vectorform and the Dali Museum team up for sold out Project 34 Hackathon!

This 34-hour event will take place May 2-3, 2015 at the Dali museum in St. Petersburg, Florida and will challenge participants to build an innovative digital experience that is an extension of the out-of-box thinking that was Salvador Dali and Leonardo DiVinci.

Project 34 will bring together teams of developers, designers and technical mentors in a quest to win prizes, showcase their skills to industry executives from across the nation and bring their solution to life.

Participants will be broken down into teams consisting of 4-5 people per team. These teams will optimally consist of 3 developers, 1 designer and 1 technical mentor. As a sanctioned hackathon through Major League Hacking – an entire palette of hardware will be shipped to The Dali Museum and hardware labs will be set up for hackers to check hardware out of to utilize in addition to their laptops and smartphones.

What you need to know about Project 34

When: Saturday, May 2- Sunday May 3, 2015.

Where: Dali Museum – One Dali Blvd. St. Petersburg, FL 33701

How: You can register online at www.theproject34.com . This free event is currently sold out but you can still register to be put on the wait list.

What: At Project 34 teams of developers and designers will have 34 hours to develop an innovative digital experience that is an extension of the out-of-box thinking that was Salvador Dali and Leonardo DiVinci.

Participating teams must finish their code by 5 P.M. on Sunday May 3rd which will be followed by 2 hours of judging and presentations. During this time judges will hear a brief pitch from each team that they will score on a scale of 1-10 in the following categories;

  • Technical Achievement
  • Most Ubiquitous
  • Design
  • Most Disruptive
  • Most Surreal

The top 5 teams will then present to the judges and potentially to the wider public audience attending The Dali for the judging/awards ceremony. Awards will be given to 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place.

For additional information about the Project 34 hackathon or to express interest in becoming a partner or sponsor, please visit the Project 34 website or send an email to info@vectorform.com for more information.

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