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IoT Builders Contest from Instructables

IoT Builders Contest from Instructables

Get ready to hack your world and all the things in it!

In the IoT Builders Contest, we want you to build internet-connected solutions for your smart home, health, recreation, devices, apps, and all other "Internet of Things" ideas you can come up with.

Prizes are generously provided by IBM Watson IoT, with two judges' prizes for projects that use the IBM Watson or Watson IoT Services, or open source Node-RED visual programming tools. Top projects will win a MakerBot 3D printer, Autel drone, GoPro camera, and much more. Projects will be judged on creativity, originality, and documentation of the Instructable. Good luck and have fun bringing your IoT projects to life!

Learn more about IBM Watson IoT at www.ibm.com/iot, and start building now.

Want to explore Node-RED? Check it out here.

IBM employees are not eligible to win; however, we encourage you to join the fun! Your builds could be featured as the best IBM-crafted hacks on ibm.com/iot (otherwise, void where prohibited).

Want more contests? Check out Instructables' current contests here!

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