Robotics meets gaming. Create robot hardware, while also taking part in the 24-hour gaming marathon.
Welcome to iZOOM Arena 2020! Join us for the fourth iteration of iZOOM Arena, a 24-hour hackathon and gaming marathon!
You will have 24 hours to ideate, construct, and showcase the product you build from scratch along with other developers, engineers, and designers. Learn. Build. Achieve.
Best Overall Hack (3)
The best overall hack of iZOOM Arena, by a number of different criteria. Not only is it novel, interesting, and useful, but it also technically sound and exciting to many.
This track will select for the project that demonstrated the most skillful use of design.
Social Impact Award
Hack is made with purpose to improve human impact on the environment, and give people the power to build community and bring the world closer together.
Best AR/VR Application using the echoAR platform
Winners MUST use the echoAR platform as part of their project.
Winning team members will receive $50 Amazon gift cards, 1-month free Business Tier access, and a feature in the echoAR newsletter (sent to investors and AR/VR echosystem).
FIFA Tournament (First Place)
Winner of the FIFA online tournament! Please check Slack for more details.
FIFA Tournament (Second Place)
Runner-up of the FIFA online tournament. Please check Slack for more details.
FIFA Tournament (Third Place)
Bronze medalist of the FIFA online tournament. Please check Slack for more details.
Fortnite Tournament (First Place) (3)
Winner of the Fortnite online tournament. Please check Slack for more details.
Fortnite Tournament (Second Place)
Runner-up of the Fortnite online tournament. Please check Slack for more details.
Fortnite Tournament (Third Place)
Bronze medalist of the Fortnite online tournament. Please check Slack for more details.
Submitting to this hackathon could earn you:
USACO Platinum Division
Politehnica University, I-SWEEEP Bronze Medal
Is the hack just another generic social/mobile app? Does it add an element of novelty or a fresh approach to a classic problem?
Does it showcase technical talent? Is the depth of implementation within the 24-hour time limit impressive?
Usable in its current state? Does the user experience appear to be smooth?
Is the hack well designed? Does it showcase impressive design choices?