The student-run hackathon is back for a third year, now inside Goldsmiths' exciting new fabrication lab.
Anvil Hack is a 32-hour creative hackathon organised by Hacksmiths. All students and recent graduates welcome.
The hackathon focusses on the creative applications of technology. Use your skills to make something wonderful, arty, musical - anything creative. We'll provide you with food, drink, electricity and internet, so that you can get on with the real work - making cool things.
- Best Audio Hack - make a cool project doing something interesting using sound
- Best Hardware Hack - make a cool project building or using hardware
- Best Visual Hack -make a cool project showcasing awesome visuals
- Best use of Spotify's developer tools
- Best use of Twilio's tools
- Best use of Autodesk's tools
- MLH Awards: Best use of AWS, best domain from domain.com, best hack to reduce online harassment
- Best domain from .tech Domains
This year we have the privilege of sharing our brand new fabrication lab with you. You'll have access to state of the art equipment just a couple of months after it's been installed.
10:00 Registration & Breakfast
11:00 Opening Ceremony
12:00 Hacking Starts & Lunch
12:30 Team building Workshop
13:00 Spotify Machine Learning Workshop
14:00 Autodesk Workshop
15:00 Visuals with P5.js - Workshop
16:00 Audio Basics - Workshop
17:00 User Experience - Workshop
18:00 Electronics - Workshop
20:00 Twilio - Workshop
21:00 Communities -Talk/Panel/Workshop
22:00 Werewolf Game
12:00 Hacking Ends & Lunch
15:00 Prizes & Closing Ceremony
First time attending a Hackathon? Don't Panic! No coding experience is needed. There will be workshops you can attend and team members helping throughout the event to help you get started. And if you believe you fall into a group which is under-represented in tech, we want you at Anvil Hack III. It's a safe space to learn loads and build awesome projects.
Our awesome mentors include Phil Nash (Twilio), Gareth Wilson (Glitch), Lou Lemaistre (The Family), Nevo Segal, Christopher Fonseka (ROLI), Jack Armitage (Bela), Robert Jack (Bela), Alex Bucknall (Pycom), Jonjoe Whitfield (Indee), Gergely Imreh (Resin.io), Serge Alleyne (The Family), Hugh Rawlinson (Spotify), Arielle Vaniderstine (Spotify), Chiara Massironi (Sendgrid), Michael Zbyszynski (EAVI @ Goldsmiths), Matt Johnson (Bare Conductive), Steve Cox (Autodesk)
CODE OF CONDUCT
By attending this Hacksmiths event, you are agreeing to abide by the Hacksmiths Code of Conduct and the Major League Hacking Code of Conduct (which basically asks you to be a nice, thoughtful person): https://github.com/hacksmiths/code-of-conduct
Dates & times
|22 Apr 2017||9:00am - 12:00am|
|23 Apr 2017||1:00am - 5:00pm|
If you are attending an event and need the College to help with any mobility requirements you may have, please contact the event organiser in advance to ensure we can accommodate your needs.