Hundreds of college students from across the country came together this weekend at Middle Tennessee State University to show off their creative skills.
The third annual Hack-MT event wrapped up Sunday.
Programmers, software developers, and visual designers teamed up to create apps, games, gadgets, and more.
The first place prize went to a team that created Lawnbots, a system related to lawn care.
Twenty-seven teams started the three-day event, and 18 finished.
Students came from Tennessee Tech, TSU, Belmont, the University of Tennessee Chattanooga, and the University of Alabama Huntsville.