Your Vote Counts for ‘Peoples Choice’ at Imagine Cup Worldwide Finals

imaginecup_logoThe Imagine Cup 2011 Worldwide Finals will be held July 8-13 in New York City.  This year, more than 400 international students, made up of 124 student teams from 73 countries, will gather to compete for top honors.  Everyone can get involved in the excitement by voting for the Imagine Cup 2011 Worldwide People’s Choice.

The People’s Choice competition allows the public to review many of the projects that will be a part of the worldwide finals and select their favorite.  You can vote once per day.  Pick a project that addresses an issue that is important to you, or show your pride by voting for your national team.  I invite you to watch the videos, and prepare to be impressed.

To learn more about Imagine Cup and vote, please visit the People’s Choice site.

The Imagine Cup Mission is a global competition and a community encouraging and inspiring students to employ their passion to make a positive change in our world with technology.

US Entry

Students from Arizona State University took the top prize in the U.S. finals of the Imagine Cup. The project enables low-vision students to take notes in class with the assistance of a custom-designed, portable camera, a touch-screen Tablet PC, and Microsoft OneNote.


Bruce D. Kyle
ISV Architect Evangelist | Microsoft Corporation


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