8.30am Registration (outside NDC auditorium, level 2)
9.00am Welcome Address
10am-12pm Unconference Talks.
- Barcamp-style discussion & talk format. Each slot is allocated 20 mins.
- See here for rules & suggested guidelines. Topics that are not selected get bumped into the speed/Ignite round (5 minutes). Check out the Ignite-talk format for the reference.
1.00pm-3.00pm Concurrent Workshop Series I
- IoT Programming made easy. KB-IDE is the latest open-source development environment for IoT-enabled ESP32 and AVR (Arduino) boards. It used to be difficult & complex to program it in the past, but it is now made easier. Coding can be done in either 'block' or text environment with a more colourful and intuitive interface. Participants can have a go in using the programming environment to build simple IoT prototypes. Presented by Makerasia (Thailand).
- (NEW) The Art of Upcycling. Imagine if you could empty your trash, and turn it into a lighting object. In this practical hands-on up-cycling workshop, will help you turn an otherwise useless piece of rubbish into a fashionable lamp. We will teach you how to make your very own lamp out of virtually anything. Presented by Me.reka (Malaysia)
3.30pm-5.30pm Concurrent Workshop Series II
- Illuminating Icons. What impression do people have on Singapore? Is it the colossal superstructures or the glitzy city skyline? Ever wonder how it will look like at night, illuminated only by colours & lights? In this quick prototyping hack-shop, participants get to (re-)design their own scaled version of an iconic Singapore architecture of their choice and bring some lights into it! The choices of resources include plastic crafting tools, paper circuits & 3D printer. Presented by OMG (Singapore).
- (NEW) Creative Workshop Experience. How to conduct educational experiences in a makerspace with a highlight on workshops? Many of us are guilty of watching so many DIY videos but have never really tried to make something before. This is either due to lack of tools or just a lack of confidence to try something without supervision. A makerspace is a place where we want to let people feel easy and free to explore their potential. Let us show you how you can get creative workshops to work for you. Presented by Me.reka (Malaysia).