And especially on the Internet. You can hardly get past an article where the words are not used. As a result, I wanted to make this a little more visible for users. And have built a small Google Chrome Extension on a weekend.
CodingDaVinci is a cultural hackathon that took place for the first time in southern Germany. For this hackathon, various cultural foundations prepare files and make them publicly available. The data are versatile and range from 111 different photos of old mail bags to three-dimensional mathematical models and 162 Jesuit copper engraving. After the kick-off event there was a total of 6 weeks to work out one or more data sets.
«162 ways to die» is an interactive installation that is intended to bring the images of the so-called «Jesuitentafeln» closer to the public in the Landsberg City Museum. These are 162 small-format copper engravings illustrating the life and work of deserving monks from the 17th century. The installation can make it easier for visitors to access the panels, which at first glance may seem difficult to understand. For this purpose, the stories of selected Jesuits are selected and told in a modern and atmospheric way.
At the final event we were able to convince not only the jury but also the audience and win the «funniest hack» and «everybody's darling» award. After the event we are still in conversation with the museum, Landberg am Lech, and are planning an exhibition there.
Beer counter was a simple «booze idea». In one of the first Framer MeetUp in Munich we had 10 minutes at the end to create a small prototype. After the idea of counting drunk beer was well received by the audience, I wanted to pursue the idea further. I wanted to learn how to create a web app with a database connection. Finally, after several iterations, I was able to distribute it to my friends.
Website (mobile only)http://ognew.de/beer/