HT Announced Winners of Digital Play(Thing) Creative Competition

HT Announced Winners of Digital Play(Thing) Creative Competition

Hrvatski Telekom and the Institute for Youth Development and Innovation (IRIM) have announced the winners of the creative competition "Digital Play(thing)" as part of the Generation NOW donation competition. Out of 68 Internet of Things entries on games and toys, the three best projects were selected.

According to the expert jury, in the category of first to fourth grade of primary school, the best project 'Enjoy the world, save your planet' was designed by students of Fra Ante Gnječa Elementary School from Staševica. In the category of fifth to eighth grade, the project' Digital Play(thing) Bee' of the Wind in the Sails Association from Zagreb was the best. The high school category's best work is 'Arduino MKR1000 piano' made by Krapina IT Club KRIK.

The creative competition "Digital Play(thing)" lasted from January 18 to March 23, 2021, and it was open to institutions participating in the Generation NOW donation project in the school year 2020/2021. Students used Neuron or Arduino Internet of Things kits assigned to them as part of the project for the projects. The Generation NOW donation project is being run for the fifth year in a row to provide the most modern forms of education to young people to develop their creativity and innovation with the help of the latest technology.

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