Putting on an event like CodeTheCity can only happen with the support of a large team of volunteers and the help of our sponsors. All of the companies below helped provide funds, accomodation, materials, prizes and assistance to the organisers to help make CodeTheCity a success.
Fitlike side project to visualise and describe the effort ratings for sports activity, taking into account the baseline fitness of the individual.
(apologies for the funny angle and quiet sound – we were improvising with filming on a dSLR because Steve forgot the camcorder, the dSLR then ran out of battery because Steve forgot to charge it overnight, so we used an iPhone propped up on said dSLR. Hey – at least it’s not strobing like the others! )
Final demo from team fitlike
(apologies for the strobing on the screen – we improvised the filming using a dSLR because Steve forgot the camcorder, won’t be doing THAT again! #alwaysiterating)
We forgot to wave – but BYEEEE – see you next time!
Time constraints mean we’ll be uploading final presentation videos later. Let’s pretend this is an exclusive deal for attendees thing – rather than us just not wanting to sit waiting for uploads to complete when we could be travelling home!
We’ll likely have fewer updates through the day today – as most of the teams are keen to put their time into delivery of more prototype iterations – and battling some data dragons.
We’ll do our best to keep you posted without distracting them *too* much.
A demo from @ianisted of his matchthecity backed event finder – visually basic, but matching events in a new way.
(apologies for the audio, and the shake, and the wavy focus – it’s late!)
A quick demo of the first version of the matchthecity for iOS from Andrew.
It’s getting late and some folks are packing up to get some sleep and refresh for tomorrow. Our view – the university library at night.
Now we get to watch the #hackunamatata presentations.