HOW TO SUBMIT?
All the submissions of the projects are done through a hackathon platform called Devpost. You have to submit your project there in order to be eligible for winning the prizes. You can edit your submission freely as many times you
In addition to your Devpost submission, REMEMBER TO HAVE SOMETHING PREPARED VISUALLY (e.g. presentation slides, infographics, video, graph, picture etc.) to support your pitching to judges during the demo expo. It is also good to have something prepared for the on-stage presentation of your
Then During the demo expo (2pm-
Here are the detailed instructions for submission:
a. One team member creates a Devpost Account
- You can use Email, Github, Facebook, LinkedIn etc.
- The other team members will be linked to the submission later through their emails
b. Go to Junction Tokyo 2019 Devpost page
c. Click Register for this Hackathon
a. Click Enter Submission
NOTE: You can freely edit all parts of your submission after you have submitted the first time.
b. Click Add New Project
c. Give your project a name (OPTIONAL: Import straight
d. Fill in “elevator pitch”
e. Fill in what languages, APIs, hardware, libraries, hosting services, frameworks that you have used
f. Answer these questions:
## What it does
## How I built it
## Challenges I ran into
## Accomplishments that I’m proud of
## What I learned
## What’s next for “YOUR PROJECT”
g. Fill in a link to a demo site, app store listing or
h. Submit a picture
OPTIONAL: Submit a demo video.
OPTIONAL: Upload file Max 35MB
a. IMPORTANT: Choose the tracks & challenges you are participating in. You can combine them together (For Example, xx Track + xx challenge)
b. Mark your table number
- This will be the table you will be demoing from. It helps the judges find you.
- The number is located on the edge of your table in the form of $LETTER$NUMBER
STEP 4: JUDGING – 2-3:
During the demo
The three best teams from each track will present on stage starting at 4.30pm and the winners are selected based on these pitches. The on-stage presentation will include 3 minutes of pitching your project + 2 minutes for questions.
Judges are of various backgrounds and expertise levels, and they might not have in-depth knowledge of your particular problem domain, so make your demo as understandable as possible. The more you can show and let the judge test your project hands-on, the better. Prepare it so that a 5-year-old would be able to understand what your project is about. This is a good time to also think how you are going to present on-stage if you are selected to be a top-three team from your track.
Results of the judging will be available by
In your first Devpost submission, make sure to give your table number (on the corner of your table), so that judges are able to find you. If you are unsure of your table number, contact a member of the crew as soon as possible.