Last Friday we wrapped up a round of community voting for The Hackaday Prize. The theme? Most Likely To Save The Planet. Now it’s time for some results:
The projects voted Most Likely To Save The Planet by the Hackaday.io community are, in order:
- Junkyard Hydrogen Fuel Cell
- Smart Dew Point Water Harvester
- Convert Farm Fields To NFT Hydroponics
- Soil Moisture Sensor For Agriculture
- Biohand – Low Cost 3D Printed Hand Prosthesis
- Grey Water And Urine Recycling Earth Boxes
- Project EDEN
- Urban Kitchen Garden
- NIRGM – Non-Invasive NIR Glucose Meter *
- Medical Plasma Sterilization
Congratulations to everyone who has a project that was voted up to the top. Even though these rounds of community voting don’t decided which projects make it into the Hackaday Prize semifinals, you’ve earned the respect of your peers and a nifty Hackaday Prize t-shirt.
A New Round Of Voting!
This week, we’re asking the Hackaday.io community to vote for the most Amazingly Engineered project entered into the Hackaday Prize. To entice everyone to vote, I’m going to pick a random Hackaday.io user next Friday around 22:00 UTC. If that person has voted, they get a $1000 gift card for the Hackaday Store. If that person has not voted, I’ll be giving a few prizes away to people who have voted. Last week, we gave away a SmartMatrix, an Analog Stepper Gauge, and a Simon Says kit. We’ll probably change that up this week; I don’t know what it will be, but someone who votes will get something. Imagine; giving away stuff just for clicking a button. How magnanimous can we get?