Camp 2011: Session Ideas
This is where you can add your ideas for sessions. These ideas may be preliminary and incomplete, and can disappear at any time!
Gamin Like it’s 1979: Why Interactive Fiction is Hot Again
Use ELECTRONIC CIRCUITS to Talk to People in OTHER COUNTRIES — ham radio and other modern miracles.
Trussell & Tolva
The End of The Recording Industry: File Sharing & Other Disruptions. What’s Next?
Lucid Dreaming – Methods of Hacking the Subconscious Mind for Ideas and Problem Solving
Low-Cost, Low-Tech Aerial Photography
How to Play Xiang Qi – One of Chess’s Grandparents
Hacking Commercial EEG-Based Toys to Control Other Devices Via Brain Waves
Hacking/Bending Musical and Video Circuits and Devices – Acquiring and Recycling Discarded Technology
What is chiptune, and how to write your own chip music
How to start your own museum
Critical thinking and otherly musings in documentary radio*
*and/or podcasting, etc.
Hacking China III: Walking through a couple new electronics products I worked on in 2010 on a four figure budget (with show and tell)
Bending the Microsoft Kinect to your will (with a cool interactive music demo if my will is sufficiently strong)
Lockpicking for fun and profit more fun
Chemical Explosions, Crowds and Camera Crews: Adventures from Living 24/7 in Chicago’s Museum of Science and Industry
Turn ON the Draw: reclaiming drawing as a thinking tool
Social engineering and how not to sell your soul (or your future) to a VC
Intro to Wushu Ropedart (ancient chinese weapon)
Behind the headlines: what are those Palantir Technologies people up to, anyway?
Teaching Students how to be Hackers: See session notes from last year
If more women coded, the world would be a better place. Yes or No?
Sequenced tattoo murals, tattoo conventions and competitions, and the unexpected presence of computer science and engineering in Hell.
“The Art & Science of Smoking Pigs” – Friday Evening Random Act of BBQ, Saturday Presentation (there may be rib tips 🙂