ZERO1: The Art & Technology Network is excited to partner with TheGlint for the first in a series of HackFlux at TheGlint.
ABOUT THE ZERO1 APP LAB:
The objective is to create a seamless visitor experience through mobile technology for the 2012 ZERO1 Biennial. This year's theme is Seeking Silicon Valley. Our goal is to create a collaborative social science experiment exploring how an app can create community, interaction, and navigation in a clear and interesting format. We plan to utilize a variety of techniques and practitioners that will include, but is not limited to: alternate reality, geo location and mapping, mobile technology, storytelling, and augmented reality. Secondly, we plan to develop a ZERO1 API that can be built upon and used by ZERO1 artists, fellows and used for future ZERO1 Marketing, Programming and Garage.
AT THE END OF THE WEEKEND:
We will build a community around mobile development and art and to have an app for the 2012 ZERO1 Biennial.
AFTER THE WEEKEND:
The winning team will be able to work with ZERO1's core team of mobile devopment interns and our Tech Advisory Committee to develop the app further through the summer. We hope to have a series of testing events around the app.
PRIZES DONATED BY:
Contemporary Jewish Museum
San Jose Museum of Art
San Jose Taiko
The Tech Museum
San Jose Museum of Quilts and Textiles
ZERO1: The Art & Technology Network