Getting Started with Intel Galileo Maker Session: Team Application
Wednesday, February 26, 2014 at 12:00 PM - Tuesday, March 4, 2014 at 12:00 PM (PST)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
We are looking for teams to participate in the Getting Started with Intel Galileo program, the latest Maker Session presented by MAKE magazine and Intel. This 3 week program is designed to engage teams of makers around the world to participate in making using the Intel Galileo.
Participating teams will receive a package of useful components, parts and materials, including an Intel Galileo board and a digital copy of Matt Richardson's Getting Started with Intel Galileo. Join us on March 20th, 2014 as we kick-off the program live and online via Google Hangouts (stay tuned for the official invite). In the two weeks following, Matt Richardson and selected Master Makers will lead a weekly session online discussing the projects, culminating with a live show-and-tell of the most creative builds from the participating teams.
How to Register Team
To apply as a team, please provide the following information:
- Tell us about your group and organization
- Tell us about your members and some of your projects
- Provide a shipping address & cell phone number
- Be able to actively participate over the 3 week period (March 20th through April 4th)
- Post videos, comments, and photos regularly of projects on Google+
- Share your creative solutions at our live show-and-tell at the end of March
Up to 40 teams will be selected to participate and receive the Getting Started with Intel Galileo components package. Decisions will be made in the second week of March.
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