About Hack Camp

Create anything you can imagine with code, electronics, 3D models, and more.
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36 Hours

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Exciting prizes


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Swag

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Free Snacks


Hack Camp started out as a small project, Never in our wildest dreams did we think that Hack Camp would be the runway success that it is today. At first Hack Camp was just an experiment to find new ways teach coding at our Hack Clubs. After our first year, something incredible happened—our students began running their own camps! They’ve sprung up in a suburb of Cincinnati & Southern India. This was so inspiring to watch that we’re following their lead to bring Hack Camp back in 2020. Hack Camp is a place where people fall in love with code, technology and ideas.

Tracks

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IoT

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AI

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AR & VR

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Blockchain

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General Hack

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Speakers

Zach Latta

Founder & Director,
Hack Club
Zach founded Hack Club to build the program he wish he had in high school and has been awarded the Thiel Fellowship and Forbes 30 Under 30 for his work.

Mike Swift

CEO & Co-founder,
MLH
Mike has made it his personal mission to enable hackers by helping them get the tools and resources they need to turn their crazy ideas into reality. He co-founded Major League Hacking, the world's official student hackathon league.

Anto Patrex

Co-founder,
LAMAARA Pvt. Ltd.
Anto was in his final year of engineering when he decided to put an end to the problem of filthy water. He and his friend then went on to create a revolutionary low-cost organic finger-sized water purifier that helped tackle the issue of people not having access to safe drinking water.

Anand PV

VP of Technology,
Innovation Incubator
Anand is who you call jack of all trades.
He is currently working as the VP of Innovation Incubator. He's also a mathematical wizard who displays expertise in diverse fields such as AI,Machine Learning and Data Analytics.

Prizes

Best Use Of Azure

Yubikey 5 Nanos Sponsored By MLH

Best Beginner Award

Rasberry Pi3 Kit Sponsored By MLH

Best Jugaad Award

Arduino Starter Kit Sponsored By MLH

Best Automation Hack

Bluetooth Speaker Sponsored By MLH
 

First Prize


RedGear L-Claw Mechanical Keyboard

Second Prize


Amazon Echo Dot

Third Prize


Boat Nirvanaa ANC Headphones

Matic Prize


Rs 15000 if Project is Built On Ethereum and RS 20000 if Matic and Ethereum Is Used Sponsored By Matic

Agora.io Prize


$500 in prizes for projects using Agora SDK

FAQ

Is Hack Camp Free?

Yep! Hack Camp is Totally Free And Always Will Be!

What is a Hackathon?

A hackathon can be best described as an “invention marathon”, or in simple words hackathons are about bringing your crazy ideas to reality. It’s an event where any tech-enthusiast, regardless of their individual field can come & participate to learn, build & share their creations over the course of a weekend, in a relaxed & productive environment. Hackathons are simply a venue for self-expression & creativity, where people come together & transform their thoughts into reality, through technology.

What about Internet?

You're advised to bring your own broadband/hotspot device as we can arrange for atmost one connection per team.

How big a team can be?

The maximum team size is four and lone rangers are also welcome. Participants selected on an individual basis and can team up on the spot as well.

Who all can participate?

This is a student hackathon and only students are allowed to participate. You’ll be required to verify at the event by showing your student ID card.

Do I have to be qualified?

If you love to code, you are more than welcome to participate in the Hackathon. Though we may screen applications to maintain high standards.

I'm a newbie can I hack?

Of course you can! We at Hack Camp ensure that no one is left behind during the hacking, thanks to our mentors and volunteers who help us achieve the same. We make sure that you learn the best you can alongside having fun and experiencing what it feels to belong to a community.

Can I start hacking before the event?

No. In the interest of fairness, students should not be working on their projects before Hack Camp begins and we do not allow participants to work on pre-existing projects. However, you can familiarize yourself with all the tools and technologies you intend to use beforehand!

Wait, my question isn't here?

If you couldn't find an answer to your question please do send your queries to help@hackcamp.tech.

Team

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Jagannath

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Arjun

Code Of Conduct

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Title Sponsors

Sponsors




Supporting Communities and Partners

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About Hack Club

We’re Hack Club, a global nonprofit network of student lead coding clubs. Hack Camp has been a part of Hack Club since the beginning. It’s a great way for us to try out the best ideas from our community, develop curriculum, and stay sharp as teachers. We also just love doing it! Hack Clubs meet weekly at their schools, typically for 1.5hrs after school. There are no teachers or lectures—members work at their own pace making websites, apps, & games, and presenting them to the group.


For any queries

help@hackcamp.tech