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I don't know if there's any particular rules around apps. However, if anything it probably should be supplemental and supportive of the solution but not the primary solution.

On Sep 25, 2017 9:51 AM, "Jeffrey Schoolcraft" <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
My team would like to build an app as their innovative solution to this years project.  It's nothing like sticking an iPhone in dirty water and having the speakers somehow displace contaminants to the bottom.  It's more to help raise awareness and potentially provide support.

My question is: Can they have an app built at their direction and have it count as "their" solution?

The fallback, and maybe even main presentation for judges, would be a poster board sized phone to help simulate the app experience.  They'd still describe their problem and how the app fit into their solution, they just wouldn't have an app.

Thanks,

Jeff

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