The Hack the Orchestra organizing team reserves the right to disqualify project submissions that do not adhere to the following guidelines.
Projects can be completed individually or in a group with a maximum size of 4 participants. All team members must be approved, registered Hack the Orchestra attendees present at the event.
All code written for Hack the Orchestra must be written between 10:30PM on Friday, May22nd, 2015, and 10:30AM on Sunday, May 24th, 2015, with the exception of code taken from public and open source libraries, APIs, or tutorials.
All hardware assembled for Hack the Orchestra must be assembled between 10:30PM on Friday, May 22nd, 2015, and 10:30AM on Sunday, May 24th, 2015, with the exception of manufactured parts that do not require soldering or assembly with a breadboard outside of the factory (such as robotic arms, Myos, or 3D printed parts). New: hackers may bring their own hardware to the hackathon, but assembly can only take part at the event itself.
All art assets brought into Hack the Orchestra for your project must be free and publicly available.
The final product must be original: it must not be the same as the product of a tutorial, a submission to a previous hackathon, or a personal project completed before Hack the Orchestra. Attendees are trusted to ensure the originality of their projects in good faith. Hack the Orchestra retains the right to inspect the source code of projects in case of dispute. All projects and intellectual property produced at Hack the Orchestra belong to the attendees who produced it.