All teams can consist of up to four members and all participants must be in high school or college to take part in MacroHacks. If either requirement is violated, you will be disqualified.
Please submit a video demo of your project that is no more than 3 minutes and a link to a public GitHub repository with all the code that was used to create the project. All code must be started and finished within the hackathon time frame
$5,860 in prizes
1st Place (Sponsored by PEC)
$100 Amazon.com Gift Card (Sponsored by Parwan Electronics Corp.), split among team members and a year of Wolfram|One Personal Edition and Wolfram|Alpha Pro for each team member
$50 Amazon.com Gift Card, split among team members and a year of Wolfram|One Personal Edition and Wolfram|Alpha Pro for each team member
$25 Amazon.com Gift Card, split among team members and a year of Wolfram|One Personal Edition and Wolfram|Alpha Pro for each team member
MacroTech Sponsored Prize
All participants from the 5 best projects can interview for a potential MacroTech Solutions Inc. internship
Best Web Application
Support with hosting a website and/or server with custom domain. To be eligible, you must submit an HTML/CSS/JS website or a website written in a server language supported by Heroku. We will also provide you with a custom MacroTech subdomain. This team will also receive a year of Wolfram|One Personal Edition and Wolfram|Alpha Pro for each team member if they did not receive the subscription from another prize.
Best Use of EchoAR
1 month of EchoAR Business per member and $50 Amazon gift card
Submitting to this hackathon could earn you:
CEO of MacroTech Solutions Inc.
CTO of MacroTech Solutions Inc.
COO of MacroTech Solutions Inc.
How creative is the project? Does it inspire people and allow them to build and create in their own communities?
Is the project technically impressive? Complex? How technically sophisticated / advanced / elegant was the solution?
Design & Implementation
Does it work? Is it implementable? Did the team think about the user interface (UI) and user experience (UX)? Was the product designed with users in mind?