Last year The Hackaday Prize began a movement, this year we're solving problems that matter to everyone.
The creative energy and years of experience found in our huge community of Hackers, Designers, and Engineers is waiting to be unleashed. Let's use that potential and move humanity forward. This doesn't mean one giant solution. Thousands of people, each lifting one stone, moves mountains.
Solve a problem that matters in your community and you can win a trip into space or hundreds of other prizes. You can claim The 2015 Hackaday Prize!
As pretty much every project here is solving a problem, why not post it and see if you can win a prize? If nothing else, you will be sharing your solution with a lot of other people.
2014 Prize intro:
The devices that inform our daily lives were science fiction in decades past. The barriers that once required giant companies to produce such marvels are starting to crumble. Now, one person with one idea can revolutionize the way we live our lives. Be that person.
What is Hackaday?
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Hackaday.io is one of the many ways that we support Open Design. The hands-on site provides a place to post about projects, connect with others, and collaborate on the next big thing.
A couple of those semifinalists..
Like a honey hive monitor.
or solar energy generator.
I'd love more input an help with this, and to enter it for next year. Ultra-low-tech, but with powerful benefit potentially, if it saves people making really poor decisions when they could easily make better decisions with a little more context.
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