Prizes

$26,550 in prizes

1st Place

- $150 in cash
- $500 in Bugsee Credits
- One year of Wolfram One & Wolfram Alpha Pro for each team member
- Receive recognition from sponsoring organization and hackathon proceedings

2nd Place

- $50 in cash
- $500 in Bugsee Credits
- One year of Wolfram One & Wolfram Alpha Pro for each team member
- Receive recognition from sponsoring organization and hackathon proceedings

3rd, 4th & 5th place (3)

- One year of Wolfram One & Wolfram Alpha Pro for each team member
- Receive recognition from sponsoring organization and hackathon proceedings

Best use of EchoAR

- $50 Amazon Gift Card
- EchoAR Business Tier Access
- Project featured in a newsletter for the AR/VR ecosystem

All Hackers (150)

- One month of full premium EchoAR
- 90 day free trial of Balsamiq
- 30 day free trial of Wolfram|One

Devpost Achievements

Submitting to this hackathon could earn you:

Eligibility

1. Anyone that is currently a student at any accredited university, high school may participate

2. Teams may consist of up to 4 people

Requirements

  • Hackers will submit a 3 minute video showcasing their project
    • Include a quick elevator pitch
    • A demo of your project
    • What technologies you used, and how you created your project
  • Description of the project on Devpost
    • Please fill out all the categories on the devpost submission page
  • A link to your code
    • Ideally a github link
    • No documentation or comments are required

Judges

MDHacks Team

MDHacks Team

Alon Grinshpoon

Alon Grinshpoon
Founder and CEO of EchoAR

Judging Criteria

  • Functionality
    How well does your hack work, is it a working project rather than just an idea?
  • Technical Difficulty
    Is the project techinically impressive? What challenges did you have to overcome during the creation of your app? This is the most important category for our judging.

themes

  • Social Good
  • COVID-19
  • Machine Learning/ AI