A number of programmars and students joined 24 hours of intense hacking and pitched their projects on stage at TechCrunch Beijing Hackathon on Sunday held at Beijing Institute of Fashion Technology. The hours-long demo time was filled with 20 teams’ presentations displaying their thoughts, ideas and power to execute.

Hackathon is a nonstop carnival for those that eat, breathe and code. TechNode has added a Hackathon event to its tight agenda since TechCrunch 2015.

Most teams took our partner’s challenges from online coding education provider Udacity, robot operating system developer Turing Robot, maker of printable open-source humanoid robot PLEN2 and a real-time video call providing company Agora.io to acquire their scholarship. Five teams chose Udacity’s mission, two teams chose Turing Robot’s mission, seven teams chose Agora.io’s mission, and six teams started with something they wanted, and came up with fresh and innovative ideas to win TechCrunch’s Pick.

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Eva Yoo

Eva Yoo is Shanghai-based tech writer. Reach her at evayoo@technode.com