Please see the Call for Student Design Challenge for information on how to prepare and submit a proposal.
In this edition of the Student Design Challenge we celebrate Arthur C. Clarke claim that any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic. We invited students to construct a tangible object or performance that would challenge our assumptions of normality and will certainly awe the TEI community.
The presentations will take place on Monday, February 17, at 18:30 in the Große Aula, together with the welcome reception.
Kindly sponsored by Ravensburger and Tangible Display, the prizes for Best Show, Best Technology and Best Concept (€777 each) were voted for by the TEI community and were awarded respectively to Magic Tag, The Real Augmented Reality and Moment of Memory.
An additional Jury Prize of €333 was chosen by a group of experts from the TEI community, namely Jiawei Gu (Microsoft Research Asia), Jimmy Hertz (Tangible Display), Frank Jacob (Human Interface Design Hamburg) and Fabian Hemmert (University of the Arts Berlin), and was also awarded to the project Magic Tag.
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