Hack&Roll is NUS Hackers' annual 24-hour hackathon, and the largest student-run hackathon in Singapore. In the spirit of hacking, we celebrate not just the most useful products, but also reward projects that are "awesome but useless" and for factors such as sheer overall coolness.
It will be happening at Cinnamon Tembusu Dining Hall, on the 21st and 22nd January. It’s completely free to attend, and students from all levels are welcome.
There are no limits or themes to the hacks.
Registration, along with more details about the event, can be found at http://hacknroll.nushackers.org
This event is open only to:
- Students of all levels in any educational institution in Singapore (yes, exchange students count as well!)
- Anyone waiting entry into an educational institution - e.g. NSFs, PhD candidates, etc.
Non-students are welcomed, but won't be eligible for prizes.
$16,000 in prizes
$3000 in cash and UDI U818A Quadcopter with HD Camera
$2000 in cash and Bose SoundSport in-ear Headphones
$1000 in cash and Kindle Paperwhite
People’s Choice Award
Seagate 1TB Portable External Hard Drive and Raspberry Pi Zero Starter Kit
Coreteam's Best Roll
Logitech UE ROLL 2 Bluetooth Speaker and Mystery Prize
Most Awesomely Useless Hack
Xiaomi Band 2 and VAKIND Programmable USB LED Fan and Exploding Kittens: A Card Game About Kittens and Explosions and Sometimes Goats
Most Socially Useful Hack
Lumo Lift Posture Coach and Activity Tracker and LifeStraw Personal Water Filter
Most Annoying Hack
Syma X5C Quadcopter with HD Camera and Backwards Wall Clock
Best Hardware Hack
ODROID Starter Kit and Anker PowerCore 10000
Most Entertaining Hack
3D Printer Pen and OrigAudio ROK3-W 3.0 Portable Vibration Speaker System
Most Beautiful Hack
FitBit Alta Fitness Tracker
Best Freshmen Hack
CODE 87-Key Mechanical Keyboard Cherry MX Clear and Google Chromecast 2
Garena 'Techie' Award
Submitting to this hackathon could earn you:
How to enter
Chang Sau Sheong
How new or innovative aspects of the team’s product are.
How well the project is built.
Aesthetics and functional completeness.
How much this project attempts to solve a meaningful problem.