Woodrow Wilson High Schools hackathon is returning in 2021! This year our virtual hackathon will feature new workshops, prizes, and the same old fun!
This year our all virtual hackathon will be held on three different platforms. Devpost will be where you can register for the hackathon and submit your project. Discord will be where you can find teammates, ask questions, and find announcements about events starting. Microsoft teams will be where office hours and workshops will be held, both of which are optional, but recommended if you need help or want to learn a little extra.
To Be Eligible:
(1) Join the DIscord Server
(2) Fill-Out the Registration Form
(3) Have Fun!
$1,250 in prizes
Acer Monitor (Max 4)
Visa Giftcard - $50 (Max 4)
Beats Flex -$50
ONLY individual submissions
Graphics Tablet - (Max 4)
Action Camera - (Max 4)
Your whole team must have less than 6-months of coding experience.
EchoAR - AR/VR
Sponsored by EchoAR, this challenge will require you to use their AR/VR software in your hack. It can be for any application, but it must include their software.
-Winner = $50 Visa Giftcard to winning Team
-Everyone = Free Business tier access to their platform exclusively for WilsonHacks, Link will be given out on Discord
Submitting to this hackathon could earn you:
- No college students or Highschool Graduates Eligible
- Students from any school or state in the United State eligible (note that prize shipping may take longer the father you are from the DMV, and we cannot ship prizes if you do not give us your address).
-Make sure to add all of your teammates to your project and register for a category.
The winner of this category will be the team that wins the grand prize. This is the best overall project. This means that it is efficient, has a simple and clean UI, and is the best idea as a project. All projects are signed up for this automatically.
The best new project or manipulation of an old project to combine our theme with another. This will judged mainly on the premise of the project, the actual project itself will be considered, but less important.
Best Individual Submission
The best project submitted by a person working on their own, This will have the same criteria as the overall winner, but over a smaller pool of projects.
Rookie Workshop Winner
The newbie coder who made the best project during this years Rookie workshop.
Low Code, No Code
This is the best project, but it is simply an idea, there is no code, or very little code, and is just a framework for an idea of how to tackle our theme.
This project may not be the best project or the prettiest project, but the judges really liked it. All projects are signed up for this automatically.
- Social Good