14 days ago
It's your turn to pick the Popular Choice award winner! Browse the Intel Hacks 2017 submission gallery and vote for your favorite app. Be sure to spread the word via your social networks, too!Questions?
22 days ago
Just a final shout-out that you have 2 more days remaining until Intel Hacks ends. Submissions are due July 28 before 5pm ET. Find out what time that is in your city.
27 days ago
Whew, it’s the home stretch! There’s only one week left to submit your Arduino 101 IoT project. Submissions are due July 28 before 5pm ET. Find out what time that is in your city.
about 1 month ago
There are two weeks left to build an Arduino 101–powered IoT hack that improves daily life.
Submissions are due July 28 before 5pm ET. Find out what time that is in your city.
If you haven't started a submission yet, please do so now. (We’ll walk you through our submission form process if you need help.) And if you've just recently joined the hackathon, explore the quick-start guide and draw some inspiration from the competition resources.
Before you say "ship it!", make sure you run through this list:
- Have you built a working IoT project with…
about 1 month ago
There are three weeks left in Intel Hacks! Beat the deadline rush by getting your submission ready early. Submissions are due July 28 before 5pm ET. Find out what time that is in your city.
You can also get the lowdown on how our submission form works right here.
about 2 months ago
We know you’re focused on building your Arduino 101 project right now, but don't forget about your submission video. It's often the first (and sometimes only!) thing that judges and voters review.
A good video tells the story behind your submission, providing a clear and concise explanation of what your app is and does. Here are some tips and a list of screencasting tools:
- Establish your elevator pitch. In the first few seconds of your video, explain why your app (or app idea) is awesome. You can get into the details of how it works later on in the…
2 months ago
Thank you to everyone who submitted ideas for the Intel Hacks Idea Round! We received a ton of great submissions! Narrowing that list down was no easy feat for the Intel team.
The Idea Round finalists have been notified by email. Please remember, if you were not notified but have access to an Arduino 101, you are still welcome to submit a build by July 28th at 5:00PM ET. Thanks again for taking part and congratulations to the finalists!
We're here to help. If you have any questions about the hackathon, post on the discussion forum or email…
2 months ago
Just a final shout-out that you have one day remaining in the Ideas Round of Intel Hacks. Idea proposals are due June 6, 2017, before 5pm ET. Find out what time that is in your city.
3 months ago
You can apply for a free Arduino 101 and Grove Sensor Kit by submitting your idea for an IoT project built with Arduino 101. There’s only one week left! Idea proposals are due June 6, 2017, before 5pm ET. Find out what time that is in your city.
Please note that you do not have to submit an idea in order to participate in Intel Hacks—if you have your own Arduino 101, you can begin building a project right away.
4 months ago
Thanks for joining Intel Hacks! You're officially registered now, and we’ll be sending you regular updates throughout the competition.
Note that there are two rounds in this competition:
Idea Round: Submit your idea (including a wireframe or sketch of your build plan) by June 6 at 5pm ET to be considered for a free Arduino 101 and Grove Starter Kit! Already have an Arduino 101? Then you can start building right away!
Build Round: Build an IoT project with Arduino 101. Even if you don’t qualify for a free kit, you can still participate using your own Arduino…