• Location: Ontario Science Centre
    Date: April 11 - 13

    We're having an adult and youth event! For more information on the Toronto event, visit the official Space Apps Toronto website!

    Projects Nominated for Global Judging

    Best Mission Concept

    Belt It Out

    Best Use of Data


    People's choice

    Curious Bot

    Projects Receiving Local Awards

    Ontario Science Centre Multimedia Display - Enterprise SSB
    Honourable Mention: Impact - Weather Mesh
    Honourable Mention: Product - Insight
    Honourable Mention: Sustainability - Earthy
    Honourable Mention: Presentation - Astro
    TorontoMap it
    770 Don Mills Rd

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  • The following projects were worked on at Toronto:

    • Belt It Out

      Project Members from this location
      • Kyle Cowan
      • Teresa Sing
      • Johnny Chauvet


      We wanted to make a project that could easily be used in a class room or at home to teach children 8+ about mining asteroids for resources and using those resources to further exploration or sent back to Earth for use here. We used the 3-different classes of asteroids to d... Visit Project

    • ieyt

      Project Members from this location
      • tharindu ahangangoda

      see what is the world. how its looks like. find the earth map according to COSMOS and COSMIC calendar. identify where we are in and find what is the universe.

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    • Oculus Spectaculous

      Project Members from this location
      • David Zhang
      • Michael Law
      • Jonathan Ng
      • Ziqian Huang
      • Waisze Lam

      An immersive application for the Oculus Rift Virtual Reality Headset that allows the user to pilot 1 of 4 satellites orbiting Earth, including the International Space Station. Users can switch between satellites at any point in their orbits, adjust orbiting speed, and take in the cinematic vie... Visit Project

    • Earthy

      Project Members from this location
      • Dominique Schuwey
      • Steve Long
      • Josh Comeau
      • Brian Simon
      • Brock Whitbread
      • Ian Cantor
      • Adriana Kahl
      • Sanborn Hilland
      • Taha Jalil
      • Sanborn Hilland

      We aim to educate players in a fun and interactive way and to showcase the beauty of satellite images.

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    • Dioresta

      Project Members from this location
      • Jacob Moeller
      • Brian Gilham
      • Brian Gilham
      • Darcy Clarke

      Asteroid mining game!

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    • Weather Mesh

      Project Members from this location
      • Alex Di Battista
      • Camille Lawrence
      • Tessa Thornton
      • Nicole Chung

      For our team it was important to build simply and cheaply. It is also important for it to be built on open-source software, so it's accessible to a wide age range and income level.

      It was also important to represent the data that was easily accessible and interactive for the general pu... Visit Project

    • Astro

      Project Members from this location
      • Kyrie Cameron
      • Damian McCabe
      • Konrad Zielinski
      • Daniel Yurkewich
      • Amanda Murdoch
      • Andrea Law
      • Farhan Nomani
      • Mike Stern
      • Mike Stern

      "Astro" is a space travel sharing platform that connects Voyageurs and Voyeurs. Astro is: 1. Democratic: enables everyone, regardless of status, to interact with and be inspired by space travellers in real-time 2. Seamless: it leverages connected devices, sensors and cams to make sharing easy... Visit Project

    • Enterprise SSB

      Project Members from this location
      • Alejandro  Rovillard

      We aim to build a safety feature for space suits to help astronauts (especially inexperienced ones) to recover from an out of control spiral from the international space station.

      Through wearable technology, we can record the instinctive balancing gestures and translate them into the ap... Visit Project

    • AstroMap

      Project Members from this location
      • Kevin Kelly
      • Peter Lu
      • Jeremy Vo
      • Jim Rootham
      • Jeremy Vo

      The core mission of AstroMap is to essentially create a photo-sharing platform where information is crowd-sourced from people all over the world. Through creating a back-end that feeds the coordinate data of moving objects in space, along with pictures from NASA and users, we can create a trac... Visit Project

    • Green Mars: Don't Burn our Food!

      Project Members from this location
      • William Sellier

      Green Mars at the 2013 Toronto Space App developed a conceptual model of a greenhouse for the martian surface. However, having large amounts of organic matter, many electronic and mechanical components, and an oxygen rich atmosphere generates a very likely risk of a smouldering fire. A smoulde... Visit Project

    • BurningSat

      Project Members from this location
      • William Sellier

      Smouldering fires in space are understudied and extremely dangerous. 1 in 10 space shuttle missions have had charred wire incidents which could have easily lead to a smouldering fires. These fires are especially lethal due to the gasses released, and can often go undetected for long periods of... Visit Project

    • SkyWatch

      Project Members from this location
      • Roland Sing
      • Dexter Jagula
      • Stefan Sing
      • Ryan Ovas
      • James Slifierz

      SkyWatch is a visual representation of data produced by observatories on and around the world. When transient phenomena are discovered by one of these telescopes, raw telemetric data about the event is quickly sent and collected by the NASA Gamma-ray Coordinates Network (GCN). In real-time, GC... Visit Project

    • Insight

      Project Members from this location
      • Stew Aguanno
      • Joseph Kahn
      • Katie Hrycak
      • Katie Hrycak
      • Johnny Chauvet

      Imagine yourself choosing your vacation destination to be space. It’s a pretty big concept that is quickly becoming feasible. We have already had civilians go to space, sent a tweet from space, and even filmed a music video in the ISS. You too will have those opportunities in the near future. ... Visit Project

    • Curious Bot

      Project Members from this location
      • Rati Mehrotra
      • V Nath
      • V Nath
      • Artash Nath

      The Universe: Our project is aimed at building low-cost rovers for exploration of rocky moons, exoplanets and asteroids to gather as much data as possible from them. The purpose is to send thousands of these Curious Bots into our solar system and beyond. The data gathered will help us learn mo... Visit Project