hackpoly ‘14 is the first Hackathon ever at Cal Poly Pomona. If you're a student in the inland empire, you should be at this hackathon.
hackpoly ‘14 is the first Hackathon to ever come to Cal Poly Pomona. Organized by major technical clubs on campus, spanning 4 colleges and 9 majors within the University, hackpoly '14 is set to be the event of the year, for ingenuity, technical skills, and creativity.
hackpoly ‘14 is a 24 hour hackathon with focus on both software and hardware integration. Structured teams of 6 will aim to create a unique and usable product. There is no restriction on the type of software or hardware being used but we do ask that all participants adhere to hackathon rules.
Find our tentative schedule, location, and other information at Hackpoly.com!
- Preferably students attending Cal Poly Pomona
- Teams of 1-6
Submission requirements to be given at the venue.
How to enter
1. Go to http://hackpoly.com/ and Register!
2. Purchase a Developer, Designer, Marketer, or Spectator Ticket. (Sales end on January 24, 2014)
3. Create an account on www.challengepost.com
4. Register for this Hackathon on this page (http://hackpoly.challengepost.com/)
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Chair of Electrical and Computer Engineering / Cal Poly Pomona
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Professor / Cal Poly Pomona
Office of Research Director / Cal Poly Pomona
Would the application have real social impact? Can it change the world, or at least help someone in the community?
Is the solution novel? Does it solve a problem in a creative or never-seen-before way?
Did the participant(s) solve a hard technical problem? Did they get a working demo completed within the allotted time?
Did the participant(s) sell the product well? Was the idea clearly defined and the pitch convincing?
How does the product interact with the user? Is it beautiful to use and easy on the eyes?
Best Usage of public APIs
Does this product take advantage of a public API? Is it uniquely applied?
Best Usage of Hardware
Was the hardware implemented impressive? Is it a novel application of hardware to solve a unique problem?
Did they make an interesting and intriguing game that has a high replay value?
Most Technically Impressive (Beginner)
Most Technically Impressive (Advanced)