Calling all Hackers, Builders & Makers
iNTUition is the only student-run 24-hour hackathon at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore! In the spirit of true hacking, there are no themes or limits to the hacks.
If you're a student in any educational institution in Singapore or South-East Asia, and are passionate about learning new technologies, building awesome projects and meeting like-minded hackers, we want you here!
It's happening on the 14th & 15th of October at Nanyang Technological University and it's completely free to attend!
You can find out more and sign up at http://intuition.ieeentu.com!
$8,850 in prizes
SGD 2000 in cash
Razer DeathAdder + Razer Ornata Chroma
Lenovo Tab 3 Essential
Best Financial Hack
Beats by Dre Headphones
Best Artificial Intelligence Hack
Google Chromecast + Xiaomi Mi Band 2
Best Hardware Hack
Best Freshman Hack
Amazon Echo Dot
Best Use of BlackRock's API
Beats by Dre Headphones
Submitting to this hackathon could earn you:
This event is open to students of all educational levels.
- Students enrolled in educational institutions.
- Students awaiting entry into an education institution - example: NSFs.
Build anything new. We're open to all ideas. However, you must have a prototype. Slides-only submissions are a big No-No.
How to enter
To sign up, visit our website at http://intuition.ieeentu.com.
Director, Head of Professional Services APAC, PayPal
Architect/Engineer, Consumer Financial Services,PayPal
Jiin Joo Ong
CTO & Co-founder, Garuda Robotics
Software Engineer, Google
Managing Director, APAC Head of Technology and Operations, BlackRock
Managing Director, Head of Global Digital Workplace, BlackRock
Managing Director, Head of APAC Fixed Income Research, BlackRock
How objectively difficult were the technologies used to build the hack? Was it a combination of simple frameworks or something more challenging to master? Bonus marks for solutions requiring a niche skill set or immense background/domain knowledge.
Was the problem solved something completely new or un-touched? Was the solution to it novel or innovative, regardless of the problem itself being common? Was the use of various technologies together creative or previously unseen?
Based on the problem they set themselves, how complete was their solution? We don't expect production-ready products, but we also don't want wireframes or slides either.
How impressed were you by the project, overall? If someone told you about this project, would you want to look into it further?