Campus Party Millennium Awards
Campus Party Millennium will be a showcase of the digital talent existing in the Mediterranean Basin. The five day event will bring together 600 participants from 22 countries, selected for both the projects they are working on and their professional profiles.
Of all the projects submitted, the jury will select the top 15 of each of the areas to be exposed during the Millennium celebration at Campus Party’s forum of final projects related to Science and Sustainability, Creativity and Social Media or Innovation and Cooperation in front of the rest of the Campuseros and a panel of expert judges. At the end of the contents, the judges will determine who the three winners of the 2,000 euros scholarship are.
Wayra, the project booster of Telefónica, is one of the main sponsors of Campus Party Milenio. They will be part of the jury and will give an aditional award of 2,000 euros scholarship, plus an invitation to visit Wayra Academy at Madrid and Wayra Open Sessions (training sessions, talks, entrepeneurship networking). This is their way to support Campus Party Milenio initiative and to recognize the best innovative projects. Wayra will have also presence in their own space to know the rest of the projects and interact with the region talents.
Winner: Asier Arranz. Home Care Domotics (Spain)
This robotic arm is controlled by a helmet with electrodes that measure brain activity and detects the movements of the facial muscles. This device is intended to assist disabled or hospitalized people with reduced mobility.
Winner: Frédérique Musceni. Hello World (France)
Hello World es la primera frase que cada programador experimenta como prueba de su éxito. También es una serie de documentales acerca de tres lenguajes abiertos de programación y sus comunidades: Processing, Open Frameworks and Pure data.
Winner: Belén Rubio. Rehabilitation Gaming System (Spain)
Tool based on virtual reality environments oriented to motor rehabilitation of the upper extremities.
Accesit: Álvaro Fernández. Picaa (Spain)
Picaa (Interactive and Cooperative Learning Support Platform) is a system designed to create learning activities and communication tools for use with pupils with special educational needs.