HackTable is a global online hackathon for students in grades 8-12 and college with a focus on virtual education. Students of all levels of computer science experience ranging from novices to experienced coders can find categories that can challenge them to think critically. 

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$8,330 in prizes

The Most Market Ready Product

Kuzo class is a platform that helps young entrepreneurs start and create a successful business. Kuzo class is giving seats (to everyone from the winning team) to their successful 12-week startup, each seat is worth $1500

Most participants from a single institution

The institution with the most participants will get a 3d printer as a prize

Best Beginner Hack

This prize will be awarded to the best beginner team
- A beginner team is defined as: Everyone in your team has less than two years of coding experience

Each hacker will receive:
- 12 Months of premium
- More prizes to be announced

Best Advanced Hack

This prize will be awarded to the best-advanced team. A beginner team is defined as: A team with any person with more than 2 years of coding experience

Each hacker will receive:
- 12 Months of premium
- More prizes to be announced

More Prizes to be announced soon

For Attending

1. Taskade Pro for 1-year - Worth $60
2. $100 off when you sign up for KuzoClass - Use promo code HACKTABLE100

Best use of EchoAR

The team that uses the echoAR platform to its potential will receive:

- Each memeber will get 3 months of Echo-AR pro ($60)
- $50 amazon giftcard

Devpost Achievements

Submitting to this hackathon could earn you:


This hackathon is open to all students, including high/middle school students, students in boot camps, and college undergraduates. No coding experience needed!

Team sizes can range from 1 to 5 members. If you need to find a team, we will host team formation activities once the hackathon starts. 


1. A 2-minute video going through a demo of the app and detailing all the features

2. A paragraph talking about: problem being addressed, how your solution is better than the current, the problems you faced when making the app


Aaryan Jain

Alon Grinshpoon

Alon Grinshpoon
CEO of echoAR

Judging Criteria

  • Business Value
    We rated “business value” and the other criteria on a scale from 1 to 5. How significant and relevant is the problem that the solution is trying to solve? Does that problem affect a market that we know and understand? Does it have a market?
  • Coolness
    “Coolness” is an attempt to measure the important “wow” factor. Is it something a human being would feel delighted, excited, empowered, or even relieved to use?
  • Realistic Capability
    What gets done in the space of a hackathon is a decent indication of the dependencies and level of effort that would be required to put the technology into production. This category is our way of quantifying that
  • Level of Innovation
    Technology can be cool but not innovative—and vice versa. How the team positions their hackathon entry. Does it pull something off that hasn’t been pulled off before? Does it do something new and unique?


  • Machine Learning/ AI
  • Communication
  • COVID-19