27 - 28 JAN 2018

Cinnamon-Tembusu Dining Hall,
26 College Avenue East, Singapore 138597

Hack&Roll 2018 has ended. Check out the winners and projects on Devpost.

LARGEST STUDENT-RUN HACKATHON IN SG


Free

This hackathon is free of charge!
Just register (or you will not get food or swag) and come down!

Eligibility

This hackathon is open to:
  • Students in any educational institution in Singapore (including exchange students)
  • Anyone awaiting entry into an educational institution in Singapore (NSF, PhD candidates)
  • Non-students are welcome but will not be eligible for prizes

Project

  • Build something new. You may reuse code for specific components, but recycling an entire project is not okay.
  • Projects will be judged based on creativity, technical accomplishment, polish, and usefulness, in that order. Decisions made by the judges are final.
  • Hardware projects are welcome!

Team

  • A team must have between 1-4 members.
  • A team can be assigned to you at your request.
  • All teams need to stay for the duration of the event. We recommend bringing sleeping bags. Teams that leave will be disqualified.

  • Clarification: Team members may leave as long as there's at least one member present throughout the competition. (i.e. the presence of the team is defined by the disjunction of that of each team member)

Timeline


Day 1: January 27
11001140Registration
11401230Participants’ briefing and Sponsor Talks
1230Start of the hackathon
18001900Dinner
19002000Optional Sponsored Talks
23000000Supper
0000Midnight Surprise!
Day 2: January 28
07300830Breakfast
11301230Lunch
1230Submission Closes
End of the hackathon
12401410Project fair and public voting on Devpost
14101550Closing Address and Prize Presentation
1550End of Hack&Roll 2018

Prizes


Top 8 Prizes

Dell 24" Gaming Monitor
JBL Clip 2

Special Prizes

Platinum Sponsor Sea-pecial Prize

Kindle Paperwhite

People’s Choice Award

Toshiba 1TB Canvio Ready USB 3.0 Portable Hard Drive

Coreteam's Best Roll

Google Home Mini

Most Awesomely Useless Hack

Razer Krait 6400

Most Socially Useful Hack

Syma X5UW Wifi FPV 720P HD Camera Quadcopter Drone

Most Annoying Hack

Limpeh Says

Best Hardware Hack

Google Daydream

Most Entertaining Hack

Raspberry Pi 3 Model B + Official Case + 5V 2.5A Plug + Heatsink Kit - intl

Most Beautiful Hack

Fitbit Flex 2

Best Freshmen Hack

Google Chromecast
Note
  1. A raffle may be conducted to distribute additional prizes.
  2. Students from primary schools, secondary schools, junior colleges and polytechnics also qualify for Best Freshman Hack.

Sponsors


Platinum Sponsor

Gold Sponsors

Silver Sponsors


Bronze Sponsors

Past H&R



See more on our Facebook page!

2017

Hack&Roll 2017 saw close to 450 signups and ~96 project submissions. Be sure to check them out here!


2016

Hack&Roll 2016 hosted more than 350 students and saw more than 60 projects. Check them out here. Prizes include 3D doodler pens, pebble time, and Razer Deathadders.


2015

More than 160 students came together at Hack&Roll 2015 and hacked out more than 30 projects, all of which are available to browse here. There was an increased interest in hardware projects, which made up half of the list of winners. Prizes include Razer BlackWidows, NERF guns, as well as cash prizes for the top three winners.


2014

About 120 students participated in Hack&Roll 2014 in the largest turnout yet. Their projects include a dengue monitoring web application, NFC-based capture the flag (CTF) game and a distributed file sharing web application. Find out more at this website. Prizes include Razer products, Pebble watches, SimplerCloud servlets and various electronic prizes.


2013

Hack&Roll 2013 saw about 80 students building projects ranging from a WiFi-based room headcount system to a remote-controlled car driven by facial tracking. Prizes included a weeklong all-expense-paid trip to Silicon Valley, smartphones, and quadrocopters.

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