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RTT Student Awards 2012

After last year’s highly successful competitions, Realtime Technology (RTT) would like to announce the RTT Student Awards 2012.

RTT is looking to award the most creative minds in the fields of software science and design with two student competitions: RTT Emerging Technology and RTT Funky Visualization.

Awards will be presented at the annual RTT visualization event, RTT Excite, which will be held in Munich, Germany from 26-27 April 2012. Winners will be invited to the event.

RTT: Adventurous Visionaries Wanted!

The guiding principle for 2012 is “Interaction between reality and computer graphics”.

The RTT Emerging Technology Award focuses on how the future of graphics and interactive techniques can influence our surroundings or interact with our environment.

The RTT Funky Visualization Award forms a showcase for the implementation of 2D or 3D products, objects or animations into real footage and image contents and – of course – the other way round.

Invited to participate are students who have made or taken part in making projects using virtual reality or augmented reality technologies in the following fields: Industrial Design and Simulation, 3D Design, Games and Entertainment, Automotive, Aeronautics and Transport systems, Interfaces, Engineering, Computer Science, etc.

The awards are part of our university program, “RTT UP”, which targets universities, research teams, and students around the world.

Prizes will be awarded by RTT cooperation partners. The winning teams will also be invited to present their winning projects to a large audience of high-end 3D visualization experts at an international conference in Munich in April 2012.

The closing date for submissions for both awards is 31 March 2012 and RTT is looking forward to receiving exciting and inspiring projects!

To learn more about the awards and 2011 contest winners, visit the official website.