Looks like a headcount of 25+!
Katie and Will did a great job organizing this combo intro session + tool hacking. Their structure created experiences for project leaders and new comers alike. They dedicated the first hour to announcements, intros / meet-n-greet, and an informal "expo" of tools set up on tables. The second hour was a planned presentation of the new "RIffle" with slides and a projector. The third and fourth hours were open work periods, with several working groups forming around water temperature mapping, aerial thermal camera flight planning, a RPi "nozzleCam" for our new Makerbots, etc.
The Riffle, presented by donface.gif:
A big crowd:
The Riffle team making plans:
Mary Martin, UNH researcher making visualizations for Riffle:
Thermal Mapping brainstorming:
members of Sara's Northeastern Research Group
From left: Sara, Devra, Max
From left: Liz, Lauren
Parts and Crafts!
From left: Will MacFarlane, Patrick Herron (of Mystic River Watershed Association), Denise Provost (our district's state representative), and Katie Gradowski.