Approach technology from a multidisciplinary perspective at BC's flagship hackathon

Our goal for Hack The Heights 2 is to encourage engineers, entrepreneurs, and thinkers to approach technology from a multidisciplinary perspective.

The way that computer science and the liberal arts are intertwined here at BC is something that we want
to augment and share with other communities through our events.

 

Learn more at:

http://hacktheheights.com/

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Prizes

$1,764 in prizes

Grand Prize

(Best overall project)
Up to 4 Amazon Echo Spots

Best Beginner

(Best project made by a group of first-time hackers)
Up to 4 Amazon Echos

Best Consulting Hack

(Hack that creatively tackles or advises a business need)
Deloitte backpacks filled with exclusive swag/goodies

Best Mobile Hack

(Best iOS or Android Project)
Wireless headphones and wireless phone chargers

Best UI/UX

(Most polished/streamlined user experience and most visually appealing design)
Bluetooth speakers

Best Hack for Social Good

(Hack that most effectively addresses a social need or problem)
Raspberry Pi 3's

Devpost Achievements

Submitting to this hackathon could earn you:

Eligibility

This hackathon is limited to undergrad students from the following universities: Boston College, Boston University, Northeastern, Harvard, MIT, Tufts, Wellesley, Wentworth, WPI, or Brandeis

Judges

John Abreu

John Abreu
Lead Organizer

Andrew Chough

Andrew Chough
Hacker Experience Director

Julian Matos

Julian Matos
Finance Director

Judging Criteria

  • Technical Complexity
  • Design
  • Depth
  • Usability
  • Creativity