Welcome to the JETHACK hackathon

    Friends, we invite everyone to the JETHACK hackath, which will be held on October 20-21. It will be necessary to solve the problem by the ratio of the point cloud of a given 3D model, so that the output will be a program that will allow you to search for inconsistencies between the architectural plan and the finished object.

    To participate in the hackathon, you need to assemble a team of 2-4 people. If you think that you can solve the problem yourself, you can register without a command ... There are no restrictions on programming languages! We'll be coding the whole weekend: let's start on Saturday, and finish on Sunday evening (if you wish, you can stay overnight). Tea, coffee, cookies, pizza and ottomans / sofas are attached :).

    And the winning team will get everything at once - a prize of 200,000 rubles!

    What do you need to solve problems?

    • Refresh school math.
    • Have basic skills in working with 3D models (download from file and triangulate).
    • To be able to visualize the results (OpenGL, WebGL, Vulkan, DirectX).
    • To be able to quickly process a large number of measurements (tens of million points).

    Evaluation of results

    Basic criteria:

    • Your program should work :) - we should get the result on our input data and your laptops.
    • The program should work quickly : the faster, the better.
    • Looking for result viewers: a separate model, a separate point cloud, a general view of both.

    Additional criteria:

    • It is desirable that the program is able to adjust the alignment parameters online.
    • It will be good if the program will not slow down in the viewing mode (tens and hundreds of million points!).
    • It is great if the program can separately show polygons and points that are more than one distance from each other.

    Please note : after the hackathon, we can use your work (with attribution) in one of our company's projects - and the winners will be able to participate in it! Therefore, the source code must be available under the MIT license.

    We remind you that the winning team will receive a prize of 200,000 rubles!

    UPD. Registration is complete.

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