Hackathon for AR Creators
Would you like to show off your AR projects? Would you like to meet other AR creators? Would you like to play exciting AR projects? If you are applying for college or private schools, would you like to jazz up your resume?
Participation is FREE, and it is FUN!!!
All participants will receive AR Hackathon Certification. Top projects will receive special prizes and recognitions.
Who can participate:
Students (7 or older) who have learned how to use iCreator to create their own AR projects.
What projects can be submitted:
Students can submit their self-designed projects.
How many projects can a student submit:
Each student can submit up to 2 projects.
September 25, 11:59PM PST, 2021
How to submit your existing project(s) (you made during AR camps/classes)
Step 1. Log-in to your account at creator.integem.com. If you forgot your username and password, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org and provide your student’s name.
Step 2. Find your project. (check here to learn how to find your projects)
Step 3. Play your project and make sure this is the one your would like to submit. (check here to learn how to play your project).
Step 4. If you would like to submit this project, please add description about your projects in the comment’s session.
Step 5 (optional). Play and record your project to demo how to play your project. (check here to learn how to record your project).
Step 6. Please fill in the AR Hackathon submission form:
How to revise your existing project or create a new project to submit?
- (Optional: if you want to revise your existing projects) Download your project to your local computer (check here to learn how to download).
- Make revision or create a new project. Upload your project to test and submission. (check here to learn how to upload).
- Follow “How to submit your existing projects” steps to submit your projects.
How are AR Hackathon projects judged?
- Students’ projects are judged by Age Group.
- 2D Projects and 3D projects are judged separately.
- For each project, the project would be judged based on: Creativity, Design, Interactive Storytelling, Presentation, and “Wow” Factor.
How to become a judge:
Any Parent/Gaudian whose child submitted a project for the Hackathon is encouraged to become a judge. You will judge projects that don’t belong to your child(ren)’s age group(s). We will provide free training to judges. It is estimated to take about 5 hours of you time between Sept. 26 and Oct. 2 and can participate about 1 hour judge training between Sept. 13 to Sept. 24.