KC Digital Drive is hosting an Augmented Reality/Virtual Reality (AR/VR) Developer Challenge. The AR/VR Challenge will bring together entrepreneurs, hackers, makers, developers, and other creative minds with the goal of building AR applications that solve local problems.
The MetroLab Network is a consortium of city-university partnerships across the US that fosters collaboration between local governments and academic researchers and practitioners. Faculty and students get access to real-life laboratories to test advanced approaches aimed at addressing city priorities and challenges.
KC Digital Drive, the KC Coalition for Digital Inclusion (KCCDI), and the National Digital Inclusion Alliance (NDIA) have coordinated to host three complementary events focused on the digital future of cities. Digital Week will bring delegates and attendees from around the country for a focused week of learning and connecting in Kansas City. There are a mix of free and paid events with a variety of topics and target audiences, and we’ve included a number of opportunities for Kansas Citians to interact with our out-of-town attendees, to participate in Kansas City’s leadership role in these critical conversations.
Kansas City’s civic-hacking superhero brigade. Code for KC was established in 2013 as the “leave behind” of the Code for America Fellowship program. It has been a program of KC Digital Drive since 2014, and includes a network of hundreds of active civic hackers working on open-source, open-data projects that benefit the community.
Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality Developer Challenge The Year-Long Series Kicks Off with the Discovery and Design Workshop March 30, 2021 KANSAS CITY – Press Release February 1, 2021 KC Digital Drive’s Solutions Lab, in collaboration with T-Mobile and US Ignite, is announcing an Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality (AR/VR) Heartland Developer Challenge. This year-long […]
Every year, households miss out on about $10.5 billion in Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) money. This cash is available to many low-income workers, but not all eligible workers claim this benefit due to the barrier of filing taxes. These benefits are crucial for the financial stability for these people. To help these households claim […]
Nicolette Wallis, Data Storyteller at mySidewalk, spoke at Code for KC’s Learn Night on October 21, 2019. Nicolette gave attendees a crash course on using data to tell stories that create change. Nicolette began her presentation with a quote from writer and entrepreneur Nancy Duarte that set the tone for the remainder of the night: […]