Lomography is happy to be part of Photo Hack Day in New York City August 20-21 2011!
Coming up next weekend is the first ever Photo Hack Day and Lomography is happy to have our API included in the bunch! Photo Hack Day will celebrate developers and designers spending a full 24 hours hacking together amazing applications utilizing a variety of APIs from a ton of photography focused companies. Not only will the best use of the Lomography API take home a LOMO LC-A+ but everyone else involved is also providing other amazing prizes, including having the best app featured on the NASDAQ video wall in Times Square!
If you or anyone you know is a developer or designer in the New York area, invite them to participate! Just have to sign up here: Photo Hack Day Sign Up
We can’t wait to share our favorite hacks with all of you!
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