The first of the five rounds of The Hackaday Prize has completed and the winners announced. This stage is the Design Your Concept stage, often the most important factor in determining the success of the build project you intend to sit out on. The winners are an eclectic bunch, from heart monitoring devices to printing bones on a 3D printer to a hand portable braille printing press. It is worth taking a look at these, even if the project does not strike your fancy you can learn a lot on how the create an effective design of a concept for your own projects. There are still four more rounds to go so expect even more interesting designs over the coming weeks,
"Today we’re excited to announce the winners of the Design Your Concept phase of The Hackaday Prize. These projects just won $1000 USD, and will move on to the final round this fall."
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