Come learn about how Virtual and Augmented Reality are poised to transform healthcare!
Virtual and Augmented Reality are poised to transform the way we work, play, and learn. In healthcare, these technologies are already being applied to surgical planning, training, patient education, research, and many aspects of therapy.
The Immersive Medical Hackathon is a weekend-long co-creation event that focuses on this intersection of virtual and augmented reality technology with healthcare challenges. It is an opportunity for healthcare professionals, researchers, and technologists to explore the possibilities of this space together.
We would love for you to be a part of it!
$500 in prizes
Task Training for Public Health
Best Interaction Design
Shortest Distance between Vision and Impact
The Project Everyone’s Talking About
Ease of Use (So Easy, A Doctor Can Use It)
Anyone can register to be part of the hackathon. All participants must complete their projects predominantly onsite.
Submissions must be posted here on DevPost by 10:30am Sunday April 22, 2018.
How to enter
To enter, do the following:
- Come to the hackathon.
- Meet some awesome people
- Work on a cool project together
- Register that project here on DevPost by 10:30am on Sunday
Grandfather of VR
Professor (Neurological Surgery) / UW
Asst. Professor (Neonatology) / UW
Chief Technologist / Booz Allen Hamilton
Mary Jane Herden
Senior Lead Scientist, Booz Allen Hamilton
Step 1 - Rating
Judges begin by rating your projects on a scale of 1-5 according to the several criteria: Completeness, Visual Design, Audio Design, Interaction Design, Technical Achievement, Use of Narrative, and Novelty.
Step 2 - Ranking
Next, ratings are used to rank projects within each of the above criteria, allowing us to quickly identify which projects stand out within each.
Step 3 - Discussion
Once the top projects are identified, our judges discuss the pros and cons of each one to explore the differences in their opinions.
Step 4 - Decisions
Finally, judges select winners by consensus. In general we try to ensure that no team wins more than one prize.