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NSW Winners 2012

 

Young ICT Explorers Winners NSW 2012

 

 

 

Years 4 to 6

 


First Place: Super Safety

Abbotsleigh Junior School

Angela Seitan, Emma Edwards and Julia Kelland.

A stop motion animation designed to teach primary school children about cyber safety, sun safety and road safety, it is targeted at primary school students so they can learn different ways to be safe at a young age.

 

Second Place: The Jonamse Training and Entertaining robot.

Wahroonga Public School

Jono Steer, James Casey and Sean Edwards.

A robot which helps to train and entertain a toddler or young child. The prototype robot is designed to teach a toddler about colour, and to play a fun “dance” when they succeed.

 

Third Place: Vas Happening

Roseville College.

Jess Hing, Lindsay Segreto and Emily Dawson.

One Direction fan page. Giving information to people worldwide about the famous band one direction

 

Merit Award: Global warming

Roseville College

Alex Forbes, Lucy Gattas and Sonvi Karve.

A Claymation on Antarctica using windows live movie maker. Many people don’t realise what they are doing to the wildlife in Antarctica and we wanted to get the message across to those who don’t understand.

 

 

Students Choice: Digital Paradise

Roseville College.

Eloise Buining, Angelique Manconi, Georgia Smith and Ebony Hanna

put together a photography blog aimed to get people around the ages of 12-14 entertained, thinking, and interested in taking pictures.

 

 

 

 

Years 7 to 8

 


First   place: The Battery Meter report

De La Salle College

Victor Tran

A meter which shows how much battery you have on your device.

 

Second place: Solar Powered Mac Charger

Newington College

Michael Knox

A solar panel Mac Book pro Charger. It charges your Mac using the suns energy.

 

Third place: Barrels of fun

Monte Sant’ Angelo Mercy

Anna Bonadeo, Yasmin Bamford and Gaby Plazas

A fun toy to play with that was created to be a portable and easy to use. Also included a movie to show people how it was made and put together.

 

Merit: Torc

Newington College

Harry Johnson and Cameron Kirk

This app will text a camera to take a picture!

 

 

 

Years 9 to 10

 

First place: ISchool Application for Iphone/Ipod touch

Newington College

Darayus Nanavati and Rowan Whiteman

I school was originally conceived as an IPhone/iPod touch application to help students of Newington College get on top of the various communication platforms the school has implemented.

 

Second place: A Blissymbol to 3D AR programme

Macarthur Anglican School.

David Fyvie, Stuart Mcintosh, Daniel Tanios and Tobias Morgan.

The project was created in order to aid people who cannot read and write in English to be able to translate English words into blissymbols and vice versa. Implemented by using augmented reality by using bliss symbols as markers.

 

Third place: Galactic Conquest

James Ruse Agricultural High School

Royce Gu, Jesse Gong and Winney Kuang

Galactic Conquest is a classic top down shooter which allows the user to play through many action packed levels. The user can customize their ships, primary and secondary weapons and stats on the ships.

 

Merit: Scott++

James Ruse Agricultural High School

Matthew Chen, Michael Sun and Alexander Yeung.

Scott++ is a single player bitmap graphic platform game. The game contains 4 levels. The aim is to complete all four levels whilst losing as few lives as possible.

 

 

 

Years 11 to 12

 

First place: Inroad

Oxford Falls Grammar School.

Deinyon Davies

Inroad is an original, visual effect driven HSC IT Multimedia Major Work with an accompanying promotional website and flash min game. The film conveys an original story in which scenes are strategically designed to incorporate a wide array of visual effects and multimedia technologies.

 

Second place: World War Ridiculous

St Andrews Cathedral

Isaac Gresham

A classic top down shooter, complete with tron inspired graphics and lasers.

 

Third place: Universal Radio Control Gamepad Adapter

Dickson College

Kris Paice and Steven Walker

This Project will develop an adaptor that opens the human control interface of Radio Control aircraft to allow many more people to participate in the fun sport. It will also enable unmanned flight.

 

 
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