All official winners of VHacks have been announced on VHacks.org under the section of "VHacks: Hackathon Winners". Congrats to all teams again for participating in this wonderful event!
● Winner: co.unity
Co-Unity builds stronger ties with the homeless in each community by creating a local crowdfunded job board to enrich vocational experiences and develop trust. ● Runner-Up: Zelixa
Zelixa is a Microsoft Hololens app that helps dyslexic people train themselves to read better over time. It uses the technique of focus points, typefaces, and colors, to help those with dyslexia focus on the correct portions of words.
● Winner: Duo Collegare
Duo Collegare provides a platform to connect organizations and volunteers to inspire action, rather than just dialogue. From homelessness to natural disasters to mental health, we enable people to connect with one another, regardless of religious affiliation. ● Runner-Up: Faithstrings
Faithstrings is a web virtual reality application integrated with a moderated interfaith dialog community that allow people to enter and experience the world of various religions. The immersive experience provided by VR and extended dialogue will evoke fascinating empathy as well as encourage deeper understanding regardless of geographical distances and different faiths
● Winner: Credit/Ability
Credit/Ability is a "credibility" scoring application that provides a refugee a way to collate their history and demonstrate their reliability in employment leasing to gain easier access to services like housing. ● Runner-Up: Sajal
Sajal is a healthcare application that gives verified doctors the ability to scan unique QR codes generated for and connected to migrants and refugees in order to bring up patients' medical history and any chronic illnesses or allergies they are known to have.