OpenWorld Design Contest – to design best app for STM32 ARM Cortex-M3

OpenWorld Design ContestDeadline: 14 December 2011

STM32 EvoPrimer Awarded for Open World Contest Best Concepts!

Nearly 40 concept entries were awarded EvoPrimers featuring the STM32 microcontroller from in the first phase of the OpenWorld Design Contest. Many great application ideas have been proposed on a variety of topics related to assisting people with handicaps including:
• Navigation assistance for the blind with projects like GPSense that propose hardware/software solutions for tracking user position and giving tactile or audio feedback to direct the user.
•  like Deaf and Dumb Interpreter that translates sign to human voice and vice versa.
•   applications such as Wayfinder Prime, which proposes using dead reckoning techniques and RF technologies to help users with visual impairments navigate in a transportation hub.
• Heath monitoring applications  like SAS Canceller that propose to combine condition monitoring with information feedback to the user.

These are just a few of the award winning concepts from more than 60 proposed application ideas.

You Can Still Enter… and Win! 

$20000 in prizes for Applications on EvoPrimer that assist the handicapped.

If you didn’t enter a concept in Phase 1 or your concept didn’t win an award, don’t worry everybody can still participate in the OpenWorld Design Contest with a final entry.

EvoPrimer is widely available in distribution channels. If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to ask here in the stm32circle forums or contact Raisonance.

We look forward to receiving all completed contest entries by 14 December 2011, here at www.stm32circle.com.

Complete rules and application form may be downloaded from the web site:


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