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Kent Hack Enough

Volunteered and teamed up with my boyfriend to work on a Leap Motion hack that won an award

Name

Kent Hack Enough 2016

Organizer

Kent State University

Location

Kent State University – Kent, OH

Date

October 7th to 9th, 2016

Role

Volunteer, Participant, Winner

About

Volunteered for the hardware booth and Foobar (smoothies) and then teamed up with my boyfriend to work on a Leap Motion hack that ended up winning an award! 😍

Kent Hack Enough brings hackers from all over the nation together to learn something new, party hard, and create something awesome.

  • Our team created a web app that uses LeapMotion to authenticate user trying to enter their home
  • Best Device Privacy Hack – Sponsored by Ubisoft

Awards

Project

Devpost

https://devpost.com/software/jake-the-dog-key-hand-security-corp-whdm9v

GitHub Repo

https://github.com/fvcproductions/leap-auth-home

Website/Hack

https://fvcproductions.github.io/leap-auth-home/

Inspiration

Jake the Dog has a key hand.

What it does

Web app that uses LeapMotion to authenticate user trying to enter their home.

How we built it

Using CodeKit, we hosted a website and plugged in a lot of Leap Motion plugins along with the API.

Challenges we ran into

Getting the Leap Motion hands to display properly was hard. We spent a lot of time working on features that we shouldn’t have.

Accomplishments that we’re proud of

Getting it to work in only a few hours!

What we learned

Different Leap Motion plugins.

What’s next for Jake the Dog Key Hand | Security Corp

Optimizing the UI, extending password combination capabilities (multiple numbers).

Installation

  • Use CodeKit to minify CSS and JS files
  • Make sure to have LeapMotion installed on your computer

Pictures

Hack