1. Carrot Top

1. Carrot Top

Co-organizer Tim West welcomes teams to the Food Hackathon.

Photo by Tony XQ Chen

2. Instigators and Sponsors

2. Instigators and Sponsors

Outer: Bruce Shaw and Adam Salomone of Harvard Common Press. Inner: hackathon organizers Tim West and Matt Wise.

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3. Wayne at Work

3. Wayne at Work

Cosemble co-founder Wayne Sutton was a co-organizer of the Food Hackathon.

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4. Nadia and friends

4. Nadia and friends

Left to right: Aaron Weil, Nadia Eghbal, Kaylyn Gibilterra

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5. Who Are These People?

5. Who Are These People?

We haven't identified everyone in our pictures from the hackathon. If you know who these people are, send us a note. (See the story below.)

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L to R: Matthew Wise, Ken Thom, Ramiro Calvo, Ben Parr.

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Left: Hermione Way of Bravo's Startups: Silicon Valley. Center: Danielle Gould, founder of Food+Tech Connect. Right: hackathon co-organizer Tim West.

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L to R: Aihui Ong, Stephanie Quilao, Stephanie Naegeli

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9. The Tiny Farms Team at Work

9. The Tiny Farms Team at Work

Tiny Farms is developing prototype machines for separating edible insects from their meal.

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12. Gratitude Gourmet

12. Gratitude Gourmet

Gratitude Gourmet created a Web and mobile app that lets users participate in 1-, 3-, or 7-day challenges designed to help them meet healthy eating goals.

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13. Corinne, Prerna, and Carina

13. Corinne, Prerna, and Carina

Left: Corinne Longman: Center: Prerna Lakhi Bakshi. Right: Carina Veronica Casco.

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Right: Sian Morson of Kollective Mobile. Center: Ashara Ekundayo.

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Lisa Noma, Geoff Chandler, Ian Serlin

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L to R: Lisa Noma, Geoff Chandler, Ian Serlin

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Center: Mary Vincent. Right: Salomeh Ghorban.

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Left: Kevin F. Adler.

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18. The Tiny Farms Shop Floor

18. The Tiny Farms Shop Floor

18. Tiny Farms team members used the outdoor patio space to assemble their prototype bug filter.

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Tim West introduces the winning Vibrantly team. L to R: Stephanie Quilao, Nicolas Furlan, Robert Sloan, Philippe Furlan.

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10. Expert Panel

10. Expert Panel

Judges Alexa Andrzejewski of OpenTable and Foodspotting and Dave McClure of 500 Startups.

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21. Insectivore

21. Insectivore

Daniel Imrie-Situnayake of Tiny Farms offered the judges a taste baklava made with mealworms (aka "buglava").

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22. Buglava

22. Buglava

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23. The Climactic Moment

23. The Climactic Moment

Teams celebrate the judges' final rankings.

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All Hail the Goddess Caffeina

All Hail the Goddess Caffeina

Contraband Coffee was on hand to wow hackers with its Kenyan and Guatemalan blends.

Photo by Tony XQ Chen

On Monday we told you about the winners of last weekend’s first-ever Food Hackathon in San Francisco. Today we’ve got some photos of the event to share with you, courtesy of photographer Tony XQ Chen, a producer at Founderly.

The Hackathon was a chance for some 170 developers, designers, entrepreneurs, and food lovers to get together for an intense weekend of business ideation and Web and mobile-app design around the intersection of food and technology. A pitchfest capped off the event, with $25,000 in prizes at stake.

Here’s the thing. We weren’t able to identify all of the people photos, so we’re going to crowdsource the rest of the job. If you see someone who hasn’t been identified in our captions, please e-mail the name to me at wroush@xconomy.com, and I’ll update the slide show as more information comes in.

All the pictures are numbered, so remember to include the number of the picture when you e-mail me. And tell me where your person fits in the order, from left to right.

The winning hackathon teams included Vibrantly, which built an iPhone app that lets users scan foods by color; Tiny Farms, which is promoting ways to mechanize the harvesting of edible insects like crickets, ants, and mealworms; GardenBnB, which gives users access to unused garden space or underpicked fruit tress; Touchless Ticket, which uses motion sensor technology to reduce paper waste and mess in restaurant kitchens; and Slim Menu, which built an app to translate text menus into pictures.

San Francisco entrepreneur Matt Wise conceived the hackathon and co-organized it with Michelle Paratore, Wayne Sutton, and Tim West. West, Wise, and Sutton are also the founders of events platform Cosemble.

Wade Roush is a contributing editor at Xconomy.