Shower With Friends Wins The Disrupt SF 2014 Hackathon Grand Prize, Blitz And Interactive Markdown Are Runners Up



Over the weekend, 132 teams worked tirelessly at the TechCrunch Disrupt San Francisco 2014 hackathon to come up with their ingenious hacks and creations. At the end of a long night filled with nerf guns, pizza and very little sleep, the teams presented their hacks to the world on the Disrupt stage for a final judging. At the end of the afternoon, the judges convened and decided to award the grand prize to Shower With Friends. And no – it’s not what you think.


Shower with Friends is a hardware hack that helps you manage your water consumption by monitoring your shower’s flow rate. Accompanying the hardware hack is a mobile app that lets you compete against your friends as to who can take the shortest shower. With Shower with Friends, you would be alerted to your how long you were in the shower today, and how many gallons…

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