DESIGN ENTERPRENEUR CHALLENGE

DESIGN ENTERPRENEUR CHALLENGE
http://tei-conf.org/12/Main/DesignChallenge

CONCEPT
The promise of tangible, embedded and embodied interaction is to transform the way we interact with technology. This year’s design challenge aims to push these transformations beyond the conference and into the world.

The winning work will be WANTED, not just liked, by the jury and the audience of the conference. This means that the winning project team will have the responsibility to make the design happen, to produce it and to deliver it to the participants who vote for it – with their wallet.

Possible results of this challenge could include:
• a static but intelligent artifact that is the result of computational process
• an electronic product that can be easily be built with accessible parts and existing platforms
• a large-scale singular installation or intervention that the audience is willing to enable with their financial support

DATES:
31. Nov 2011 Entry deadline (a simple email with details about your team and basic concept )
6. Jan 2012 TEI Early Registration
19-22. Feb. 2012 Conference

PRIZE
Three prizes:
• The most votes from the participants.
• The most money collected.
• The judges’ award.
Each category will receive $1000 prize on top of the money the votes add up to. This money is to be used to produce and deliver the works to the voters.

MORE: The details how to submit, and what we are looking for can be found at: http://tei-conf.org/12/Main/DesignChallenge

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UUID (Universal Usability and Interaction Design) SIG at Faculty of Creative Multimedia, Multimedia University, Malaysia.
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