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
Kent State University - Kent, OH
October 7th to 9th, 2016
Volunteer, Participant, Winner
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
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