• All members of your team must be accepted and registered as HackOR 2021 participants.
  • Teams may have up to 4 members in total.
  • You may not be a part of more than one team.


  • All code for your project must be written between 2:00 PM PST on Friday, March 26, 2021, and 2:00 PM PST on Sunday, March 28, 2021. Failure to do so will result in the removal of your project for HackOR and a potential blacklist in future hackathons. 
  • It is permitted and recommended to install any necessary software and plan out the project in advance.
  • 3D-printing parts or preparing other structural components for hardware projects in advance is also permitted.
  • Assembly of hardware projects in advance is not permitted.
  • Plagiarism is not tolerated and any teams with plagiarized work will be disqualified. When using external sources, graphics, and assets, proper crediting must be given.
  • You may not submit a project that was started before the hackathon.
  • You may not submit a project for multiple hackathons.
  • You may use any publically available libraries/packages.


  • You must submit your project to before 10:00 AM PST on Sunday, March 28, 2021, to be eligible to enter your project. Note that this is the deadline to START your devpost submission so we can start organizing the list of submitted projects for judging. You may continue to edit your Devpost submission until the end of the HackOR competition at 2:00PM PST, March 28, 2021. 
  • You must submit a video demo along with your project on Devpost that does not exceed 2 minutes in length.
  • Submissions may not be submitted to multiple hackathons.
  • Submissions must include all design assets and source code created at HackOR (e.g. via a link to your GitHub repository).
  • All participants are subject to the MLH Code of Conduct.