1st Place: Papercutz
An intuitive, low cost, ready-to-play music platform. Using paper printouts of templates, a pair of scissors, and a smartphone running PaperCutz’s computer vision software, users can mix tracks, produce professional sounds, and learn how to make beats.
2nd place: Soundspace
Soundspace changes the way to experience physical spaces using music. Instead of music evoking a feeling, Soundspace creates new music for a space from your feelings using LIDAR for motion detection and machine learning to interpret facial expressions
Hackers Choice: Luxo
Personal interactions with objects in VR