January 23, 2020
By Victoria Cirilli
TroyHack challenged students to solve problems using technology over the course of three days.
The Troy University Computer Science Club’s first Hackathon, TroyHack, took place Jan. 17-19 in Patterson Hall, tasking students interested in technology with a 32-hour time frame to create innovative virtual solutions to problems facing Trojans.
iBlink, a software program designed to translate Morse code from eye movement into technology commands, was created by Bikram…