Design. Build. Party.

Kent Hack Enough brings hackers from all over the nation together to learn something new, party hard, and create something awesome. With more than 250 highly motivated, creative, and talented participants, Kent Hack Enough is a weekend-long event where students from all areas of interest come together to make something awesome, like an app, website or hardware hack. The entire event is free for students, including food, energy drinks, and swag. In between all the coding, designing, and water pong, our sponsors are available as mentors to provide help and expertise throughout the hacking process.

   

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Prizes

$6,772 in prizes

First Place

4 Kent Hack Enough custom branded playing card sets +
4 Dell Tablets +
$2000

Second Place

$1000
Wireless speakers from Graftech

Third Place

$500

Best Internet of Things

Presented by Mobile Defense

4 CanaKit Raspberry Pi 2 Complete Starter Kits with WiFi (Latest Version Raspberry Pi 2 + WiFi + Original Preloaded 8GB SD Card + Case + Power Supply + HDMI Cable

Best Fashion Hack

Presented by The TechStyleLAB
$500

Best Contribution to the Internet of Things

Presented by The School of Journalism and Mass Communication
4 ODROID-XU4s

Best Data Visualization

Presented by The School of Journalism and Mass Communication
4 ODROID-XU4s

Hack With Most Commercial Potential

Presented by Blackstone Launchpad
$500

Best Use of Pebble

4 Pebble Steels

Best Use of AWS

(4) 1TB Hard Drives

Best Domain

Swag Bags

Devpost Achievements

Submitting to this hackathon could earn you:

How to enter

Kent Hack Enough is free and open to students of all majors. If you are a high school student or a minor, please contact us for more information about how to attend. We’ll send you a waiver for your parents to sign and return before the event, and then you’ll be allowed in. If you’re traveling to Kent, please contact us for more information about travel reimbursement.

Hackers must be registered at khe.io.

Judges

Scott Weintraub

Scott Weintraub
American Greetings

Dan Mosora

Dan Mosora
MRI Software

Ken Burns

Ken Burns
Tiny Circuits

Jason Buffin

Jason Buffin
MRI Software

Judging Criteria

  • Technical Difficulty
    Is your hack challenging?
  • Usability
    Is your hack actually useful? Does your project solve a problem?
  • Polish
    Is your project well designed?
  • Originality
    Is this a new idea, or is your project something we see at every other hackathon?