HardHack is a 24-hour competition where students put their engineering skills to the test. Competitors will work together in teams to produce a hardware solution that addresses a need in society. The hardware solution must be tangible, and able to interact with its surrounding environment. For instance, a device that could track hand movements, and provide the activity levels of the user.
The 2019 event was held at Learning and Teaching Building , Monash University, Clayton Campus, and ran from the 23rd to the 24th of March 2019 !
All teams were provided with a Raspberry Pi Zero W, Arduino Uno and variety of sensors to use, however students were also given the option to bring other components, provided they were all registered for approval.
Click the links below to learn more about the competition details and rules!
2 days, your friends, sweet prizes and good engineering.
HardHack is the best opportunity to put into practice your years of study. This is your chance to impress the Industry Representatives at HardHack and bag a cash prize.