Join Twilio for Picture Perfect Hacking at Photo Hack Day 2

Following a stellar showing from the previous Photo Hack Day, Aviary is back with an even bigger agenda for their next photo-centric hackathon.

This weekend, Photo Hack Day 2 will kick off with two days of photo-friendly hacking and a special emphasis on mobile apps. As an added bonus, attendees will enjoy a fireside chat with some amazing NYC entrepreneurs, including the co-founder of Reddit Alexis Ohanian, CEO of the Cheezburger Network Ben Huh and the founder of Tumblr David Karp.

Join us on February 25-26 at the General Assembly in New York City for this epic event. Register for the event here, and make sure to reach out to Frank Denbow, who will be there to help with any Twilio questions during the hackathon.

Looking for some inspiration? Take a walk down memory lane and check out the rad hacks from last year below.

Honey Badger

Created by Abe Stanway and Misha Ponizil, an app called Honey Badger uses Face.com’s recognition API to determine if someone other than you is using your computer. An alert is sent to you via SMS powered by Twilio.

PhotoJabber

Developed by Michael Schonefield, PhotoJabber lets multiple users select a photo on any webpage and chat via Twilio Client with other PhotoJabber users looking at the same photo. 


Slideboard

Slideboard, developed by Brian Yang, creates a web interface for mobile devices to browse photography and send to friends via SMS.


Zone Minder

Remember to update your time zone on your camera during travels with Zone Minder, an app by Jesse Chan-Norris that sends SMSnotifications using Foursquare check-ins.

Tag Fight

Tag Fight, developed by David Huerta, is an SMS messaging game where users compete for screensaver images by texting in tags.

See the ful list of the apps built during the last Photo Hack Day here. We can’t wait to see what you come up with this year! To reward your awesomeness, we’re giving the team with the best overall Twilio hack a Kindle Fire and $50 in Twilio credit.

If you have any questions about the event, you can visit the Photo Hack Day website or tweet at @photohacknyc.