Encouragement Award

Supported By: 
Tasmanet

Team Encouragement Award

An award for the team that made a valiant attempt, learnt the most, or is otherwise deserving of further encouragement. This award will usually go to a junior team (high school or college students), but this isn't a requirement. It's for the team who has a go and is willing to go out of their comfort zone and try something new, even if it doesn't work out in the long run.

 

Eligibility Criteria

No special requirements

BinThere

Team Name: 
Bin There

BinThere is an iOS application designed to help members of the public find their nearest public bin and is designed to help both members of the general public and council organisations.

Mission: Attrition

Team Name: 
Not Just a Statistic

In Mission Attrition you play as a university lecturer trying to get as many of your students to pass your course as you can.  You are dealt a class of students with different factors that will influence their chances of success.  You have a limited amount of resources which you can assign to individual students to improve their chances of success.  You'll have to judge for yourself which factors are most likely to impact your students' chances and offset them accordingly.

Air Bubble

Team Name: 
Team Leo and Sons

Hi, were are Team Leo and Sons and this is our project Air Bubble.

 

Air Bubble is a way to visualise varying differences in air quality across different locations in Tasmania.

 

People submit their postcode via the webapp and the area of the closest air monitoring station is shown on the map. The bubble machine then responds with a display of your air quality. More Bubbles means cleaner air and less bubbles means more particulates (less clean air).

 

Powering Australia

Team Name: 
CCDB

Using a raw data dump from the Australian Business Registry, we have created an artistic representation of the gears of economy, Powering Australia.

It started out as a conceptual image, and grew into an animated web experience.

STEM, Australia

Team Name: 
STEM, Australia

A visual narrative, highlighting the importance of STEM education for Australia's future.

Current and future generations of Australians face a variety of challenges of a magnitude never before faced by humanity.

STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Maths) skills and education will be crucial to serving humanities ability to overcome what lies ahead.

 

The application walks the user through a few problems facing Australia, and how they relate to STEM education in Australia’s future.