Clemson Hackathon 2019
CUhackit is Clemson University's fully student run large scale hackathon. Come spend 24 hours with us hacking, laughing, and learning!
Best Software Hack
Awarded to the team with the best software-based hacks. Each member of the winning team will receive an Oclus Go VR Headset.
Best Hardware Hack
For our hackers with ambition and the hardware chops to back it up. Each member of the winning team will receive a drone.
Most Ingenuitive Hack
Awarded to the most mind-boggling and “how the heck did they do that?!” hack. Each member of the winning team will receive an Echo Dot and wireless smart plugs.
Hacking for Good
Use your hacking skills to promote social good! Each member of the winning team will receive a smartwatch.
The Beginner Hacker Award
For the beginners trying to learn something new! What qualifies your team as beginner? No more than 1 individual on your team can have attended a MLH hackathon before.
Each member of the winning team will receive Bluetooth Earbuds.
Improve campus life using AWS artificial intelligence and machine learning services. To qualify, use one or more of these AWS services: Amazon Comprehend, Amazon Transcribe, Amazon Polly, Amazon Lex (Alexa Skills), Amazon Translate, and Amazon Rekognition. Each member of the winning team will receive an Echo Show.
[MLH] Best Use of Google Cloud Platform
Google Home Minis for each member of the winning team, presented by Google Cloud Platform and Major League Hacking
[MLH] Best Domain Registered with Domain.com
Raspberry Pis & PiHut Essential Kits for each member of the winning team, presented by Domain.com and Major League Hacking
[MLH] Best IoT Hack using a Qualcomm Device
DragonBoard 410Cs for each member of the winning team, presented by Qualcomm and Major League Hacking
[MLH] Best Use of Snap Kit
Use Snap Kit to integrate Snapchat's best features into your hack to win Casio Calculator Watches, presented by Snapchat and Major League Hacking
Submitting to this hackathon could earn you:
Anyone currently enrolled at a College, primarily undergraduates.
You MUST include the following:
- All team member's full names (and what school they attend would be nice)
- What prize category(-ies) you are submitting for (up to 3). You will only be judged for the category(-ies) you submit to. If you do not submit to any category, you will not be judged and will win no prizes.
- Provide a one-sentence summary of your project for the judges.
See the requirements for each Challenge in the sidebar to the right.