Devpost and Intel are running Intel Hacks, an online hackathon for building an IoT project using Arduino 101.
The Arduino 101 development board, powered by the Intel Curie Module, packs Bluetooth connectivity, a six-axis accelerometer/gyroscope, and gesture recognition. It makes building an amazing IoT project simple.
Makers and IoT innovators who build a project using Arduino 101 to improve their daily routine will be in the running for cash prizes totaling $20,000. Plus, up to 150 teams will be awarded a FREE Arduino 101 and Grove Sensor Kit to kickstart their project! Just submit your project idea before June 6. If you already have an Arduino 101, you can begin building right away. Completed projects are due July 28.
To get more info and register, go to intelhacks.devpost.com.
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