Hacking wearables and Internet-of-Things

For experts and curious minds, collaborate with new people to learn about and create wearable and connected technology. Come challenge yourself with awesome hardware to hack on!

This event is for those willing to innovate, create and make! Undergrads, grads, developers, engineers, designers, makers and do-ers. We want to see you there!

Our goal is to make hardware education accessible, approachable, and affordable to you. Join us and our great mentors for a weekend of discovery and learning.

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Nate Beatty

Nate Beatty

John Azubuike

John Azubuike

Mike Cousins

Mike Cousins
Keen Home

Linda Sellie

Linda Sellie
CS Professor NYU Tandon

Judging Criteria

  • Innovativeness/Creativity
    Is it something new? Have you never seen an idea like this before? Does it strike you as being original? Does the project go beyond traditional rules, patterns, and/or definitions? Is the new idea meaningful?
  • Technical Difficulty
    Does the project require skill to assemble (and is mostly assembled)? Does the project demonstrate a lot of thought? Were multiple devices/APIs meaningfully used as part of the project?
  • Usability/Quality
    How close is the project to being usable/final project? Is the project usable for many (different) people? How complete is the project?
  • Design
    How aesthetically pleasing is the project? Did thought go into project design? Does the project combine quality design with quantitative complexity?
  • Impact/Viability
    Would this help improve quality of life? Is this something the participants are interested in pursuing further? Does the project consider a broader world view?