JANUARY 16 - 20, 2020

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MIT Reality Hack is a 5 day event held every January that comprises of thought leaders, brand mentors and creators, participants, students, and technology lovers to come together and attend tech workshops, talks, discussions, fireside chats, collaborations, hacking, and more. Participants of various backgrounds and all skill levels attend from all over the world.

Reality Hack starts with workshops and bringing together teams. Hacking then takes over for 3 days, with mentors, hardware, and snacks to guide the way. It culminates in judging and a public expo to bring to light some of the amazing projects and ideas developed.

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Attend the Public Expo on January 20, 2020

**Please be sure to get a ticket RSVP from Eventbrite**

After an intense weekend of creating projects, teams at MIT Reality Hack will show off their hard work! Over 300 participants working as developers, designers, and specialists will participate in this year's Reality Hack. The Public Expo is your chance to check out the projects that participants produce.

We invite all members of the public to come check out projects in the ever-expanding Augmented Reality, Virtual Reality, and Spatial Computing fields. From healthcare to social good to games, our Hack will be sure to produce projects spanning a variety of fields. Past XR hackathons at MIT have produced over 300 projects and helped 1,500 participants realize the potential to become XR creators.

Every year, we strive to bring together global, magnetic, fun do-ers, to learn, create, and hack a better future. This event is the culmination of our efforts.Join us for this public expo, where all the projects from this year's hack will be on display! This event is co-hosted with VR/AR@MIT (http://vratmit.com/)

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