The 10 finalists will fly to the event in Lund and will be amongst the first to get their hands on the Nokia Lumia 1020.
1st & 2nd runners-up
The runners-up will get a Nokia Lumia 1020 and their creation will be showcased at a Nokia event.
The winner of the Hackathon will get a Nokia Lumia 1020 and a trip with VIP treatment to an upcoming Nokia event, where the creation will also be showcased. The app will be promoted via several online Nokia channels, as well as on Windows Phone Store.
How to enter
1. Register and submit up to 3 creative ideas for imaging-based apps or hacks for Nokia Lumia 1020.
Submissions are now closed.
2. We pick the top 10 ideas and fly the finalists (and another developer if you wish) to our exclusive Hackathon in Lund, Sweden.
3. At the event you’ll turn your winning idea into reality, but with a twist: We will reveal the last element of the challenge in Sweden.
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