In the last few days I had the privilege to participate at the amazing Science Hack Day Berlin!
It was the first time for me. I just went there and listened to the speeches of some people who wanted to invent something more or less related to science. It was full of talented and crazy people! A very nice atmosphere and an unforgettable event, thanks to the beautiful staff !
The rules were: you have less than 48h time to build/hack something related to science. I didn’t know those rules. I arrived late and I heard Peter Westerhoff‘s pitch (never met before). He needed someone to help him with the electronic part of his idea: the Super Short Distance Vehicle.
Do you really know what kind of transportation do you need if you daily commute to your job by public transport? No, you don’t!
You need something that’s fast, light, with maximum 10-15 km of range. You need the SSDV! (If you are not sure about this, you can ask Peter, he will surely convince you).