After a lot of deliberation, evaluation and review, the judges have given us their decisions. It’s time to announce the winners of the Big Idea: Design Competition!
The 2016 Big Idea: Design Winners are:
In the Games category, our winner is Digital Interactive Games from South Africa, for Of Dragons and Sheep, their fast paced 3D sidescroller!
In the Innovation category, the winner is YOM from Australia, for their project Yesterday Once More, which helps people with dementia to remember.
In the World Citizenship category, Carroots from the United States takes the prize for their project Carroots, an educational dashboard that allows a user to discover career opportunities
Congratulations to all three winning teams, who will each receive the $3000 prize. And congratulations to our honorable mention teams, each of whom also submitted an excellent Design, and will receive a certificate of achievement for their efforts!
In the Games category, our Honorable Mention teams are:
- INK from Thailand
- Pitch a Plan from Malaysia
- middleP from Egypt
- Tribal Seed from Malaysia
- STEINZ from Sri Lanka
- Keystroke from Thailand
- Hanging Light Studio from South Africa
- Code Tech from Sri Lanka
- GPeSsence from Poland
In the Innovation category, our Honorable Mention teams are:
- SkyVault from Canada
- Meraki from Thailand
- Signonia from Netherlands
- 3CM from United States
- Team Code Chefs from Canada
- Duo from Poland
- [A]sphalt from Sri Lanka
- Reinventors from India
- Med-Aware Team from Canada
In the World Citizenship category, our Honorable Mention teams are:
- Green Tech from Sri Lanka
- GET from Greece
- Proteus from Sri Lanka
- TEAM KAZA from Nigeria
- BAWA from Malaysia
- Kdub from United States
- Genisys from Sri Lanka
- Business Place from Kazakhstan
- LURE from Mexico
<!–Judging for Big Idea: Design has already started, and we hope to see some of the same names in those awards!
We are thrilled to see some of the same teams from previous Challenges! It continues to show how the Challenges help to refine and strengthen your final projects, and the amazing submissions here are certainly evidence of that.
Now that the Big Idea contests have completed, you should start gearing up to submit your project to the 2016 Imagine Cup Global Competition! If you have’t already, register now for the Imagine Cup category in which you would like to participate. Countries around the world are setting up their National Finals as you read this, so please keep an eye on the National and Online Finals page as well as your Dashboard for more details on how and when to submit your project. The competition is heating up with the 2016 Imagine Cup and we ca’t wait to see what you all have in store for us!