There are different kind of hackathons, where people come together to solve serious issues such as providing people with access to clean water, clean the ocean from garbage or to help a paralyzed person to walk again. And there is the “STUPID SHIT NO ONE NEEDS & TERRIBLE IDEAS HACKATHON” happned on February 25th, 2017 in New York. You wish you could join? Sorry, there is a waiting list you have to sign up for and with a little bit of luck you might get a spot next year to make your terrible idea come true! I have collected a few of the stupid shit no one needs and terrible ideas from past hackathons:

Tinder For Babies

I guess the name says it all.

Unfriend the Poors

Unfriend the Poors is a free service that helps you to spot poor friends on Facebook and to unfriend them. Your friends are beeing assessed based on three criterias: Education, Electronic Devices and Location.

Assistive Pizza Eating Device

The Assistive Pizza Eating Device assists you in the eating of pizza.

Tweet Your Food

Tweet Your Food is an important innovation in the sphere of the “quantified self”. It’s a device that tweets every time you eat a bite of food.

Focus Tools

Focus Tools is a Chrome extension that replaces all YouTube videos with the gif below. Could come handy for students who waste their time with videos of babys, cats, and dogs tasting lemons for the first time.

“ok glass, vomit”

A Google Glass app that makes you vomit.

Do you have it what it takes to participate at the “STUPID SHIT NO ONE NEEDS & TERRIBLE IDEAS HACKATHON”?



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