Use your free time during quarantine to create something and have a chance to win awesome prizes

Geom Hacks is a 48 virtual hackathon that is completely free to attend and will take place on June 13 - 14. Our hackathon will offer an opportunity for students to create something meaningful and also win awesome prizes for their hard work.

Theme: Covid-19 

NOTE: If you use sponsored API, theme can be broaden to "Social Good"

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Prizes

$10,290 in prizes

Amazon Gift Card (4)

Amazon Gift Card, given to the first place of best overall hack, best beginner, best design, most original

Amazon Gift Card (4)

Amazon Gift Card, given to the second place of best overall hack, best beginner, best design, most original

Amazon Gift Card (6)

Amazon Gift Card, given to the third place of best overall hack, best beginner, best design, most original

Wolfram|One Personal Edition + 1 year subscribtion to Wolfram|Alpha Pro (20)

Top 20 teams, each with up to 4 members will get this award

AoPS coupon

Bugsee service credits

Coupon for 4 month of service

Paccurate API project 1st place

Paccurate API project 2nd place

Paccurate API project 3rd place

echoAR API project 1st place

Linode Promo Code

Magoosh Subscription Code

Sublime text personal license

4 Personal licenses for Sublime text

HyperX Gaming Keyboard

4 HyperX gaming keyboards

HyperX Gaming mouse

HyperX Gaming mice

Devpost Achievements

Submitting to this hackathon could earn you:

Eligibility

Students grade 6 to 12 can attend our hackathon.

There are no location requirements. 

Requirements

A GitHub link with the code for the project. 

Most likely a link to a video recorded by the participants explaining their project but more details will be determined later

Judges

Anselme Le Van

Anselme Le Van
Cofounder and CEO of Madkudu

Alon Grinshpoon

Alon Grinshpoon
CEO of EchoAR

Nikita Starichenko

Nikita Starichenko
Senior Full Stack Engineer at STO Solutions, Inc.

Jame Malley

Jame Malley
Cofounder and CEO of Paccurate

Pat Powers

Pat Powers
CTO of Paccurate

Judging Criteria

  • How functional is the project /10
  • How original is the idea /10
  • How scalable and viable is the project (could this problem turn into a real solution) /10
  • Is the demo intuitive to use and user-friendly (if no demo, then just rate based on the video of the project) /10
  • Does the demo/video look pleasing and perssuasive /10
  • Is the video 3 - 5 minutes long - 1 for yes, 0 for no