NOVEMBER 7-9TH, LOS ANGELES

2014

 

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HackSC 2014 took place on November 7th-9th at the University of Southern California.

730+ participants 120+ submissions 150+ HackSChool participants

Pictures from the event will be posted soon!

Have questions or want to get involved next year? Email gohacksc@gmail.com

Winners



Fluster

Top 5 Overall

Using semantic features of files and a clustering algorithm, Fluster can logically group your files into a directory.

Gezure

Top 5 Overall

Gezure is a gesture based wireless video streaming app that utilizes the Myo armband.

Lynx

Top 5 Overall

Lynx allows you to authenticate using TouchID on your iPhone instead of remembering all those pesky passwords.

Roast

Top 5 Overall

A fast-paced “hot potato” iOS game that ultimately encourages users to collectively try out new experiences through an implemented dare system.

Skyve

Top 5 Overall

Dreadmill

Renaissance Hack

Using an Oculus Rift, Dreadmill allows you to race through a Unity-built game world full of the undead while in real life beating your love handles on a modified, Arduino-controlled treadmill.

JARVIS2

Virtual Awesome

With JARVIS2 (Journey on Automobile Replaced with Virtually Intelligent System-2) one can travel to anyplace in virtual reality.

HealthTag

Hack For Good

With real-time data reporting, HealthTag helps to analyze and detect possible outbreaks of diseases for every group of people over the globe.

iFollow - Quadcopter

Best Newbie

iFollow uses Remote Image Processing to search for targets and remotely, autonomously control a quadcopter.

AirJockey

Best Leap Hack

Using LeapMotion technology, AirJockey is a software that will allow musicians to mix audio in the air with only a LeapMotion device.

HG Aquaponics

Internet of Things

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