Technical Events

Hackathons and plane building; it's all about being hands on and using your technical skills to race to the finish!

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    Bridge It

    A symbol of strength and sturdiness, an aesthetic wonder, and structures that stand out in the history. A bridge is all that and more. In a place between creative design and structural strength lies the perfect bridge. Challenge yourself by participating in Bridge It and build a bridge using popsicles.

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    Cicada

    Each player/team gets a link to start with. The link opens up a page which consists of a puzzle. When the puzzle is solved it either leads to a link or a clue of what the next link might be. A series of 10 such links are to be found by the teams in order to end up in the final splash screen which ultimately is the end.The participants would require coding knowledge in order to crack the puzzles faster, but not completely necessary. Guidance will be provided for figuring out syntax or any other coding related issues.The puzzles will be designed based on logic, technicality and research abilities.

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    MECHacks

    Get ready, get set, hack-away! This Aether, bring your A game to the 24 hour long Hackathon. Brain-storm ideas, deploy your designs, and funk up the functionality to create a functioning product at the end of the event that stands out the best!

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    Point Blanc

    Aether’s first large scale E-sports event involving multiple colleges from around the city engaging in high stakes battles. Taking place at a gaming lounge where players can experience a myriad games and also VR. This event also gives Game developers a chance to showcase their games.

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    Reverse Coding

    Given a program, you’ll have to recognize a pattern between the inputs and outputs (crack the code underneath!), then try building a program that matches all the inputs and its outputs as the initial program given.

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