Talent, Technique, Thrill

In the context of a hackathon, the word "hack" is used to describe how multiple technologies can be used together in a new and innovative way. Teams of up to four people spend the weekend working on innovative software solutions to real-world problems. These projects range in platform and application, including elements of web development, mobile applications, and more. However, many times the most important aspect of a hackathon is the community it generates and skills that inexperienced hackers walk away with.

Envision is built upon the idea that everyone should be able to participate, from individuals who have never written a line of code to experts who have been developing for years. To help facilitate the learning experience, we've compiled a number of resources to help during the weekend. In addition, we'll be offering a series of tech talks throughout the event.

 

Checkout the Themes and requirements in the rules section

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Prizes

$50,000 in prizes

Overall Winner

Overall winners acress all Themes

First Runner up

Sponsor Prize

Remote access tool

Sponsor Prize

Reverse Engineer Remote access tool

Sponsor Prize

Optimizer for Mac

Sponsor Prize

Chat Application (No Lag)

Devpost Achievements

Submitting to this hackathon could earn you:

Requirements

The participants are required to submit their application with a description on Devpost and Gihub organization to be eligible for prizes

Judges

IEEE DTU

IEEE DTU

Judging Criteria

  • Quality of Application
  • Innovation or Cretivity
  • Design
  • Platform dependence