All submissions are due October 4th at 4:00pm EST. No late submissions will be accepted. All teams must be comprised of 2-5 current GT students. Only teams with at least one member available to travel to the Invention Studio will be eligible to receive an electronics kit to aid with their submissions. All other electronics that the team deems necessary should be purchased by the team themselves and will not be reimbursed. If campus or the Invention Studio closes due to COVID-19, pre-ordered kits may be mailed to competitors.
Competitors will need to create a device for the competition. This device can be completely virtual (i.e. CAD models and code) or can be created physically. Submissions that include a physical prototyped device will have a higher chance of winning. Prototyped devices will be submitted through images and videos only. The only exception will be for the "Best Off Campus Hack" where both prototyped and virtual submissions will be of equal weight. Prototyping equipment will be made available to competitors through the Invention Studio which will available on weekends. If campus or the Invention Studio closes due to COVID-19 before the start of the competition, physical and virtual submissions will be of equal weight.
Judges' ratings and decisions are final.