Projects for VTHacks VI

One of the largest southeastern hackathons to gain awesome experience, build amazing projects, and connect with great companies!

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Prizes

$8,672 in prizes

1st Prize

$500 cash prize total

2nd Prize

TaoTronics Bluetooth Headphones per participant

3rd Prize

JEFAL Bluetooth Speaker per participant

MicroStrategy: Best Use of Embedded Analytics in a Hack

Nintendo Switch and MicroStrategy swag backpack per participant

Capital One: Best Financial Hack

$250 Amazon Gift Card per participant

Microsoft: Best Mixed Reality Application

HP VR Headset, Branded Microsoft Backpack, Northface Jacket per participant

J.B. Hunt: Best Use of J.B. Hunt API

Swag Bag with Google Mini, Fleece Jacket, Beanie, Socks, Water Bottle, Cup and direct qualification for final round interview per participant

CarMax: Inspiring the Youth

Echo Dot 3rd generation per participant

Virginia Cyber Range: Best Use of Docker in AWS

Virginia Cyber Range Branded Notebook per participant

Top 4-8 Prize (5)

Tile Key Finder per participant

Best UX/UI

Panobook: A panoramic notebook for your desk per participant

People’s Choice

Google Cardboard per participant

First Hackathon Prize

To be eligible this must be your first hackathon.
Echo Dot 3rd Generation per participant

First Penguin(A unique hack)

Rocket Notebook per participant

Best Use of Hardware

Electrical conducting ink pens per participant

Best Presentation

Powerpoint Clicker per participant

Best use of Google Cloud Platform

Google Home Minis for each team member

Best Domain Name from Domain.com

Raspberry Pi for each team member

Best IoT Hack Using a Qualcomm Device

410C Dragonboard for each team member

Snap Kit Prize

Use Snap Kit's web or mobile SDK in your hack. Each winning team member will receive a casio calculator watch

Devpost Achievements

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Eligibility

Teams can consist of up to four people.

Judges

Sponsors

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Judging Criteria

  • Practicality
    How useful can this be in real world applications?
  • Design
    How visually appealing is the project?
  • Creativity
    How unique is the project?
  • Presentation
    Was this project presented well? Do you have full understanding of its purpose?
  • Technical Rigor
    How difficult was this to make?