Join your fellow intrepid game-scientists to create fun, educational games based upon the real science and data from some of the most advanced telescopes and NASA missions! The SETI-Jam is open to all, whether you’re a veteran developer, hobbyist, or student. Your games will not only be great achievements in coding prowess, but will also help capture the public’s interest in the actual science and technology advancements helping humanity understand the origin, nature, and prevalence of life in the universe!
The SETI-JAM is a global endeavor. Game developers from anywhere, on or off the planet can participate. The Jam is a three day experience beginning on Friday evening and concluding with game presentations on Sunday evening.
Sverok club locale, Lidnersgatan 10.
16:00 registration opens
18:00 SETI-Jam starts
18:10~Presentation of SETI theme, jam rules
18:30 Scientist presentations
19:00 Game ideation -> team formation
20:00 Jamming begins
All day long: JAMMING
15:00 final projects submission
18:00 The End.
Participants register to the jam as individuals (not as teams or organizations).
Anyone 18 or over is eligible to participate.
APPLY TO THE JAM using this form - registering to ChallengePost is not enough, you need to be approved by the orgnaizers to enter!
All SETI-JAM games will address one or more of the Drake Equation’s terms and/or incorporate real SETI data into the game.
EXTRATERRESTIAL RECOGNITION, possibly Lordship.
Your contribution to finding extraterrestrial life forms may or may not see you end up as the Master and Lord Protector of New Worlds.
Submitting to this hackathon could earn you:
How to enter
In order to participate in this jam, you should register for the SETI jam Stockholm satellite using this signup form.
IMPORTANT NOTE: YOU NEED TO APPLY TO THE JAM using the form above - registering to ChallengePost is not enough.
WHO CAN JAM?
Anyone over the age of 18 can sign up to the jam.
WHAT SKILLS DO I NEED / WHAT MUST I KNOW IN ORDER TO PARTICIPATE?
You can contribute to the jam in many ways. Programming skills are not necessary, and if you'd like you can choose to work on a non-digital game. Prior experience with astrophysics is not required, but please do read up on the information provided on the SETI jam main site before coming to the jam: setijam.seti.org.
We won't judge you
You participate in this jam for the fun of it. We do not judge you, we trust you to aspire to the highest standards anyway!