• DeLaMare Science and Engineering Library

    1664 N. Virginia St. Reno, Nevada 89557

    Campus location: Mackay Mines 113, north end of main Quad

    39.5395779, -119.8144329

    Software developers and programmers will attack five areas: human space flight, technology in space, robotics, asteroids and Earth watch.

    On Wednesday April 9 from 5:30 to 8:30pm., at the Reno Collective (100  N. Arlington Ave.), there will be a kickoff happy hour, challenge review, team formation and discussion of the plan during the next two days.

    The main event will be hosted at the DeLaMare Science and Engineering Library at the University of Nevada, Reno. On Saturday April 12, there will be hacking from 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. This will resume from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday April 13. And from 4 to 6 p.m. Sunday, projects will be presented and judged.

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    Dates and Schedule:

    • April 9 – 5:30pm to 8:30pm :  Reno Collective : Kickoff happy hour, challenge review, team formation, plan for the next two days
    • April 12 – 9am to 10pm : DeLeMare : Hack on a challenge
    • April 13 – 9am to 4pm : DeLeMare : Resume hacking
    • April 13 – 4pm to 6pm : DeLeMare : Present challenge project and judging

    Projects Nominated for Global Judging

    Best Mission Concept

    Pip-Boy 3000

    Best Use of Data

    Real-Time Solar Climate

    People's choice


    Projects Receiving Local Awards

    plexiNLP my Pip-Boy - Pip-Boy 3000
    Sensor Mesh Master - incalescence
    All Your Solar Data Belong To Us - Real-Time Solar Climate



    DeLaMare Science and Engineering Library
    1664 N. Virginia St.
    Reno, NV
    United States

    Joe Chavez
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  • The following projects were worked on at Reno:

    • Real-Time Solar Climate

      Project Members from this location
      • Brandon Long
      • Devan Stormont

      This project aims to provide a common service for different, configurable feeds of climate data. Feeds to listen to can be configured from remote Mars rover sensor data, local (Earth-based) climate stations, or any other feeds that can connect to the service and provide compatible sensor data.... Visit Project

    • Pip-Boy 3000

      Project Members from this location
      • Christopher Baker
      • Andrew Warren
      • Ashley Hennefer
      • Ben Hammel
      • Colin Loretz


      Space is no longer accomplished by the public sector space agencies. Now, commercial space companies have expanded the market for space technology. Your challenge is to design wearable clothing and accessories that could be useful for space travelers and/or the engineers and t... Visit Project

    • incalescence

      Project Members from this location
      • Eric Jennings
      • Michael Egan
      • Andy Flagg

      Using hardware / api to aggregate and expose scout sensor data for use of by space apps challenge participants; deployed providing a dashboard / heads up display (HUD) graphical client side open-source javascript / canvas presentation and historical slide of troops, leaders... Visit Project