Imagine Cup TV May 07, 2014 at 3:59PM4
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The 2014 Imagine Cup World Finals are coming to Seattle in July. Golnaz and John are standing at the very top of Seattle's iconic Space Needle, despite Golnaz's famous fear of heights -- but why? Find out!
Some people wonder if Paul and Laura actually get along when they aren't arguing over the news stories on Ping and the answer is...well, watch this episode and find out. So.cl is here [02:18] Imagine Cup Finalists announced [09:11] Too fast for mere mortals... [12:18] Refund for Minecraft players …
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Michael Palermo welcomes Randal Staewen and Sean Howard, Co-Founders of Solipsoid Software, creators of “Unnatural Selection” an app for the Windows Platform and semi-finalists in the 2014 Imagine Cup. Tune in as they chat about their inspiration for their startup as well as their experience with…
Michael Palermo welcomes John Lu, Grace Truong and Nicholas Liu, founders of Grant Fellow and semi-finalists in the 2014 Imagine Cup. Tune in as they chat about their startup jouney as well as their work with Microsoft’s Imagine Fund. [0:30] Tell us a little bit about ourselves[1:32] Tell us about…
John and Golnaz are back with a whole new season of Imagine Cup TV! First we catch up on the results from our 2013 World Finals in St. Petersburg, Russia, as well as our recent winners from the Women's Athletics App Challenge and the Kodu Game Lab Challenge. And then we get the 2014 season started…
jccimJul 16, 2009 at 7:27AM0
ECRAM from Jordan got third place at the Imagine Cup 2009 Interoperability Award(*) with their project Elder Children Remote Application For Mobile:
“Elder Children Remote Application For Mobile(ECRAM) is an intelligent server/client application that uses any communication medium to control…
jccimJul 16, 2009 at 7:27AM0
Fteams from Poland got second at the Imagine Cup 2009 Interoperability Award(*) with their project eduko:
“Eduko is a system, which main goal is to ensure easy and universal education in the less developed parts of the world. New technologies and cheap ways of sending information, like SMS or…
jccimJul 16, 2009 at 7:28AM0
Proativa Team from Brazil
won the Imagine Cup 2009 Interoperability Award(*) with their project ProLearning:
“ProLearning is designed to maximize the experience of distance learning. It’s composed by an immersive virtual reality environment, where students exchange experience and study…
mikcherMay 01, 2009 at 12:03AM7
В восьмом выпуске Петр Диденко и Михаил Черномордиков обсуждают насыщенный на события апрель - Imagine Cup, ReMIX, РИФ+КИБ, обсуждают особенности работы в Microsoft, ряд технологических новостей и отвечают на вопросы слушателей.
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