iNTUition v8.0 is one of the largest student-run hackathons in Southeast Asia - organised by IEEE NTU Student Branch - where participants get an opportunity to transform their ideas to code. iNTUition v8.0 will be conducted virtually this year, with a prize pool of above $8000, cool swag items, and fun-filled activities! It's happening on the 26th & 27th of February, virtually, and it's completely free to attend!
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- Please add the GitHub (or any other public code repository) link to your project's repository in your submission and ensure that its visibility is set to 'public' so that the judges can access it.
- Demonstration Video - Prepare a (maximum) 4 minutes demonstration video/pitch of your hack for the Judges to view. The video should be uploaded to YouTube (unlisted) and the link should be submitted on Devpost with the project as a deliverable.
$8,400 in prizes
Nintendo Switch Lite + Pokemon Brilliant Diamond
Apple Airpods Pro
Razer Homerun Gaming Bundle
Goldman Sachs FinTech Track
Samsung 24" FHD Monitor S24R350FZE
Indeed's JobTech Track
JBL Charge 5 Portable Bluetooth Speaker
MSD's Healthcare Track
Fitbit Luxe + Google Nest Mini
Best Pre-University Hack
Kindle Paperwhite 32GB
(team must comprise all pre university students (eg. Primary/Secondary/JC/Poly/NSF) for eligibility)
Best Freshman Hack
(team must comprise all freshmen students (i.e. first year in university) for eligibility)
Most Liked Project
Most voted project on Devpost to receive SGD100 worth of Grab Vouchers for the team.
Submitting to this hackathon could earn you:
Chee Tuck Chan
IEEE Women in Engineering
IEEE Women in Engineering
Dr. Ganesh Neelakanta Iyer
National University of Singapore
Dr. Shen Zhiqi
Nanyang Technological University
Does the project establish a new product or service category? Does the project evolve beyond current/existing goods and services explicitly and constructively? Is the idea of the hack novel or unique?
Is it feasible for such a product/solution to attain its objective in the real world? Does the project address a specific necessity, challenge, or opportunity, and is the solution adequately discussed?
Completeness in execution
Did the team successfully execute their project concept? Did the team accomplish in their prototype what they had envisioned? Did they complete implementing the main features/functionality? Is it usable, well designed and provides a smooth experience?
Can the project be deemed innovative and competent from a technical design and/or implementation standpoint? Could the project have benefitted from using another platform or technology stack?
Has the team recognized a specific challenge/problem/opportunity which their hack can solve? Does the solution effectively address their recognized problem and have potential to be impactful and useful in that area?
Future Prospects and Scalability
Does the team have ideas for other useful features/functionality they wish to implement in the future? Has the project been designed with Scalability in mind?
Flexible criteria for judges to express how impressed they were with a particular hack
Did the presentation cover the problem, solution idea, objective and main functionalities of the hack?