We have some exciting news! The winners for this year’s Student Design Competition have been announced.
Taking home first prize (critic's choice) is Leeds University for their project Kinesthesia: Awareness of the Position and Movements of Parts of the Body.
This project follows the development of a user-friendly interface between the Microsoft Kinect and NI LabVIEW system design software. These applications are being developed for use in stroke rehabilitation, gait analysis, and laprascopic surgery.
The critic's choice runner up was High Precision Sound Recording System Using a 252ch Spherical Microphone Array from Tohuku University in Japan.
For the popular vote, first prize goes to Controlling SCARA Using Virtual Open Sourced Teach Pendant from the University of Mumbai, followed closely by second-place winner WALL-E from the University of Florida. Greenspeed, the World's Fastest Vegetable Oil Powered Vehicle from Boise State rounds out our popular vote category with third place
Congratulations, again, to all of the contestants for their hard work!
>> Get more details about the student design competition at www.ni.com/studentdesign/.
We are extremely happy to have won the LabVIEW Student Design 2012 mst popular project award. Could you help us out with the further steps for the same. Are we supposed to contact NI to claim our prize or will NI be contacting us for the same.
Author of Controlling SCARA project from Mumbai, India
Controlling SCARA Using Virtual Open Sourced Teach Pendant from the University of Mumbai,
Hi Rushabh! Congrats on your winning submission! Can you share your email address with me and I will be in touch about how to get claim the prize? Thanks!
Dear KPatel, my email address is firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks in advance
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