A look at the 2015 Hackaday Prize semi-finalists


Hackaday reveals the 100 semi-finalists who are one step closer to a trip into space. 


After nine months of tinkering, developing and building, submissions for the 2015 Hackaday Prize have come to a close. In total, there were just shy of 1,000 entries from Makers all across the world, each sharing the common goal of moving humanity forward.

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And now, Hackaday has narrowed the pool down to 100 projects who will be moving on to the next round — one step closer to the grand prize of a trip into space (or $196,883). These designs will continue to be refined by the contestants through the September 21st deadline, where 10 finalists will be selected.

Congratulations to all of the 2015 Hackaday Prize semi-finalists, but especially those using our chips! With approximately 60% of the entries below embedded with an AVR or Atmel | SMART MCU, it looks like there’s a good chance that this year’s winner will once again be powered by Atmel! (You can find them highlighted in bold.)

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