San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
The First Annual Compare Metrics + Leap Motion Hackathon is a platform for up and coming software engineers to showcase their skills and abilities, and help promote themselves to a collection of companies in the Austin startup community.
The intention is to allow developers/hackers to create shippable applications using a Leap Motion Controller following one or more of the 3 tracks offered: Discovery, Gaming, and Design.
Compare Metrics is partnering with Leap Motion and Capital Factory to create an innovative hacking environment using Leap Motion's technology and foster the development of new applications. To win, entrants are required to produce a commercially viable web, software or experiential application that can be submitted for official approval to Airspace, the Leap Motion App Store.
Food and Drinks provided.
Mentors will be onsite during the event, including: Garrett Eastham, CEO of Compare Metrics; and Daniel Plemmons, Developer Experience Engineer at Leap Motion INC.
More information is available here.
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February 23, 2014
When & Where
Compare Metrics + Leap Motion
Compare Metrics offers Adaptive Commerce solutions that drive next generation product discovery and allow consumers to forge their own distinct path to a buying decision. The solution scales merchandising to support every consumer shopping scenario while creating new intelligence into how and why your shoppers buy. With this new-found ability to understand and react to what customers really care about, retailers have seen increased shopper engagement, increased conversion, as well as improved relevancy and efficiency in demand generation and marketing strategies.
Leap Motion provides a revolutionary new way for people to play, create, explore and learn with their computers. Leap Motion's proprietary technology, invented by co-founder David Holz, can track the in-air movement of both hands and all 10 fingers with incredible accuracy and no visible latency. The Leap Motion Controller is a small USB device. The California based company was founded in 2010 by David Holz and Michael Buckwald.