uploadvr: The hackathon is organized by a multitude of VR/AR experts, developers, industry executives, and MIT students, alumni, and Ph.D. candidates and will take place at the MIT campus. via Upload
'Whether you attend MIT or not, developers, designers, and video or audio engineers are all encouraged to apply. Applications are due by Wednesday, September 7, 2016, and you’ll be notified if selected by Wednesday, September 14, 2016, exactly one week after the due date. The limit is up to 400 total participants, making it one of the largest VR/AR hackathons ever at this scale.
'Workshops will be held the day prior to the event officially starting to help get people up to speed on the different headsets, software platforms, and design principles. Mentors will be on-site providing guidance throughout the event.
'The hackathon is running on Columbus Day weekend, beginning on October 7th and ending on October 9th, when project presentations begin. Participants will also present to a panel of judges on the morning of October 10th, after which winners will be selected. Prizes have not been announced yet.'