In our AR Theater Hackathon, we will tackle the problem of multilingualism in live events. Similar to the Babelfish, we want to enable individualized translation for the audience through AR glasses. The use case (individualized translation for viewers) can be found repeatedly (theater, opera, lectures, congresses, fairs, concerts) is becoming increasingly critical with the increasing degree of internationalization.
We are hosting our hybrid hackathon on December 11th - 12th, 2021, in person at Göttingen, Germany, and virtual for all how can not come in person.
We will have our event under 2G+ that means that you can participate in person at the event when you are fully vaccinated or recovered and you were tested negative for Corona in the last 24h.
Submitting to this hackathon could earn you:
CEO | XHACK
Reimar de la Chevallerie
Regisseur | boat people projekt
CEO Deutschland | PANTHEA
How creative or innovative is the idea behind the prototype?
User Interface & User Experience
Is the overall user experience intuitive? Does the flow make sense?
Technical Strength & Sophistication
How sophisticated is the application? Is a source code repository being used? Is there documentation? Are appropriate services and infrastructure being used (e.g. cloud computing, databases)?
Does it actually work? How complete is the product? Could the prototype scale as a real solution with multiple users?
Was the team able to explain their idea and what the prototype actually did? Did the presentation and demo show how their hack has fulfilled the judging criteria? Did the team communicate the essence of why they did what they did and why it was important?