A web app that generates a LoFi remix of your favourite beats.
2022 Hackathon Runner-Up
Wii Walk allows you to turn your wii balance board into a controller. It focuses on realistic walking, turning and jumping, letting your character mimic you in the real world.
2022 Hackathon Best Presentation
ResponsIO is a Q&A platform where you can get responses to your questions quickly and easily with live synced code editing, video calling and mathematical capabilities. Made by team <🐐/> 2022 Hackathon People's Choice
Not a multiplayer shooter. Featuring a dedicated server, decent netcode, and assets painstakingly made from playdough!
2022 Hackathon Best Design
We trained an AI to recognise drawings and give them a score. Put your doodling skills to the test in our fun web-based game!
2022 Hackathon Best Newcomers
Combining Tamagotchis and GitHub to gamify commits to your repository whilst fostering emotional connection.
2022 Best Overall Project
A 3D data visualisation project that renders data from APIs onto an interactable Earth, focusing on UN's Sustainable Development Goals.
2022 Hackathon Best Community
'Dynamic Duo, or Arch-Nemeses?' A project made for the 2022 Hackathon by two second years as a first foray into using the Unity Game Engine.
A chat bot app that allows the user to define the personality of 'someone' and have a meaningful conversation with that someone.
2021 Hackathon Best Presentation
A web app that enables health professionals and patients to more readily access medicine shortages information and find potential alternatives.
2021 Hackathon Best Design
Loop is a fundamental rethink of the way that a modern LMS should be designed. It is a proof-of-concept that wraps Blackboard and provides additional features.
UQCS Hackathon 2020