Launch Week 7 passed by, but we still have our favorite part left, celebrating the winners of the hackathon! We added an AI theme to our hackathon, and the results were exceptional. The quality of the apps was out of this world.
And now, without further ado, congratulations to the winners of Supabase Launch Week 7 Hackathon!
Best Overall Project
Revolutionize your browsing experience with PageAssist, an open-source Chrome extension that allows you to easily chat with any webpage using the power of ChatGPT API.
Rect takes short-form social media content as an input, and produces four kinds of educational output material. Specifically, Rect is an AI-powered assistant that will produce flash cards, quizzes, slideshows, and a chatbot assistant.
Best use of AI
Supathreads creates concise and professional Twitter threads from your blog posts within seconds using the power of AI.
ChatVox takes the YouTube/Podcast link you enter or the local Video/Audio file (WIP) you upload on the page, then you can chat with the video to obtain information about it.
Most fun / best easter egg
Replay is a Chrome extension that lets you search through all the pages in your browsing history to find the one you can't remember. It uses cosine similarity search to find the page based on the content of the page and the search query provided by the user.
Groove AI generates drum patterns powered by AI and randomly plays the pattern whenever you open the page. You can modify the pattern by toggling each beat.
Most technically impressive
Supa0SQL is a simple, easy-to-use, and fast Natural Language to Chart tool. It's meant for non-technical users to be able to quickly and easily create charts from their data without having to learn SQL.
Schedurio is very helpful for Twitter content creators who are paying monthly for services like Hypefury, Feedhive, and many others, now they can use the Schedurio open-source app on their desktop by adding their own API keys. currently available for the Macos and web.
Most visually pleasing
Generation: Hotdog generates hotdog images from 5 emojis. It uses both OpenAI and Stable Diffusion APIs to generate the end results. First, it'll use the selected emojis to generate a description of a hotdog via OpenAI, and then it'll also translate that text to Japanese Kanji (also via OpenAI).
Tune Twisters is a simple game where it plays a random song in reverse and you have to guess the name of the song.
As promised in the hackathon announcement article the winners of the Best overall project will be granted the extremely limited edition Supabase Launch Week 7 Keyboard!
Each member of the winners and runner-ups in other categories will receive a limited edition Launch Week 7 swag kit.
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