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A contest log for Supplyframe DesignLab: 2020 Hackaday Prize

A worldwide hardware design challenge focused on globally impactful innovation.

LutetiumLutetium 05/15/2020 at 17:390 Comments

Nonprofit Open Call Challenges

We’re partnering with nonprofits who have proven an unwavering dedication to each of their unique missions. Each organization receives $10,000 in donations, and an open source solution to their challenges.  

One (1) Best All Around Solution Prize:  Subject to verification of eligibility and compliance with these Official Rules, one (1) Best All Around Solution prize winner will be awarded a cash prize of $US 50,000. The winner of the Best All Around Solution prize will not also be eligible to receive an Open Call Challenge prize.

Four (4) Open Call Challenge Prizes:  Subject to verification of eligibility and compliance with these Official Rules, four (4) Open Call Challenge prize winners (one for each Open Call Challenge) will be awarded a cash prize of $US 10,000 each.


Conservation x Labs 

Develop solutions to combat invasive species in marine and island environments, and help craft tools for protecting our natural ocean landscapes. 

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Field Ready 

Engineer open source devices in the form of a versatile heat sealer/ welder, versatile UV Wand for curing UV adhesive on a variety of objects, or a medical fluid warming system, all of which can be built in the field. 

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United Cerebral Palsy Los Angeles  

Create or redesign open source assistive tools and devices usable by those with cerebral palsy, and/ or other physical challenges, to enable independence and creative expression. 

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CalEarth 

Design modular add-ons for CalEarth’s dome housing models within the categories of connectivity, power harvesting, lighting, heating, or water collection and storage. 

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Wildcard Challenge

Maybe you've already had a socially innovative project in the works but it doesn't quite match any of the nonprofit challenges , or maybe you want to work with a local nonprofit. Just tell us what problem you are trying to solve, build a prototype, and explain why your solution is the best, anything goes! 

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