dlr Teen Entrepreneur STEM Camp Hackathon

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dlr Teen Entrepreneur STEM Camp Hackathon

dlr LexIcon Lab, Friday 7th December - Saturday 8th December 2018

Calling on all Coders, Creatives and Tech fans to register and take part in this hackathon, looking to improve people's lives by developing new Assisted Living Technologies (ALTs).

The Challenge: Working with advocates interested in developing assisted living technologies this two day challenge will be to design and prototype possible technological solutions to solve real world challenges faced by those that traditionally require assistance by enabling them to have greater choice and independence in life. A prize will be awarded for the winning project on Saturday 8th December.

Code | Design | Ideas | Make | 3D Print | Video | Pitch

dlr TY STEM Hackathon 2018 (Transtion Year and 5th Year Students only). dlr LexIcon, Friday December 7th: 5.30 – 8.00pm – Meet, Greet & Team up. Saturday Decmber 8th: 9.30am – 8.00pm – Hackaton with Prize Giving at 7pm.

Friday 7th December - Saturday 8th December 2018
5.30pm - 8.00pm | 9.30am - 7.30pm
Free - Registration required
dlr LexIcon, Haigh Terrace, Moran Park, Dublin, Ireland

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