The idea is to best integrate the existing knowledge about the brain (either electrophysiological or anatomical) and technology to create an interesting product.
Implement an artificially intelligent system, in the domains including (but not limited to) natural language processing, genetic programming, artificial neural networks, robotics etc.
Create a project that can promote environmental sustainability at a personal or institutional level. The medium in which your project is implemented is completely open ended.
How can you take the simple things around you and make something that is fascinating? This theme is about creating the most elegant product that makes the small things in everyday routine easier and/or more efficient.
Create a project that can have implications in the field of nutrition and health - at a personal, institutional and/or societal level. This can include an app/hardware than can help you exercise/maintain diets, give health education, first aid, etc.
Create the most realistic implementation of something from popular fiction - example a Harry Potter wand that turns lights on (when you say lumos), a light saber from Star Wars, a compass that points to what your heart desires, etc.
Hamp Hack is not a competition, but
who doesn't like an exciting surprise !?
Don't know how to hack? Don't worry.
These workshops that can get you started.
Who can participate? What do I bring?
Checkout the FAQs below.
We know you won't get lost at Hampshire.
But if you do, we got your back.
The first edition of Hamp Hack was
unforgettable. Take a look back.
This is the official Press Kit
for Hamp Hack 2017.