By voting in the Design Challenge, you agree to the manifesto:
- We think design should be taken more seriously: To vote, you pay and in exchange get the prototype.
- This is not about making a business. The costs are for the production, as estimated by the teams.
- We encourage designing of processes. Going beyond a single handmade one-off.
- The results are prototypes shared within the community. No warranties or blaming.
- The teams get real life feedback to their concepts.
- The voters get to experience the designs.
Have a look through the entries below and decide who you want to vote for. You can vote for as many as you like.
The following prizes will be presented at the Banquet on Tuesday evening for:
- Most Money Collected
- Judges' Award
- Fritzing Award. (Three free rounds of PCB-production of his or her concept. www.fritzing.org)
Display Pointers & Apps
Paul Strohmeier, University Maastricht
Jacob T. Carter, Indiana University
Impressions: the memory holder
Jacquelyn van Kampen, TUE
Andrea Cuadra, Franklin W. Olin College of Engineering
Marielos Sanson, Stanford University
David Barter, School of Interactive Arts and Technology , Simon Fraser University
Kennet Kwok, School of Interactive Arts and Technology, Simon Fraser University.
Jonathan Morrissey, School of Interactive Arts and Technology, Simon Fraser University.
Karen Truong, School of Interactive Arts and Technology, Simon Fraser University.
Stephanie Wiriahardja: School of Interactive Arts and Technology, Simon Fraser University
Emily Chen, School of Interactive Arts and Technology, Simon Fraser University
Alexander Moakler, York University
Foad Hamidi, York University
Assaf Gadot, York University
Piccolo, the Tiny CNC-bot
Greg Saul, Diatom Studio
Tiago Rorke, Diatom Studio
Cheng Xu, Diatom Studio
Huaishu Peng, CoDe Lab at Carnegie Mellon University
Final Voting State
2012 Design Challenge Fritzing Award
Fritzing is an open-source initiative to support designers, artists, researchers and hobbyists in working creatively with interactive electronics „from Prototype to Product“. We are very excited to announce a big step forward towards „Product“: our Fritzing Fab service offers an easy way to create a custom PCB directly from Fritzing files.
Please allow us to share our excitement with the TEI Community: we would like to sponsor the Fritzing Award for the most promising concept within the Design Challenge section of the TEI 2012 conference. The winner will get three free rounds of PCB-production of his concept*. We hope that Fritzing can help in the development of even more inspiring forms of embodied interaction!