Monday, July 13, 2009

Windows Embedded @ Imagine Cup 2009


Solve the World's Toughest Problems

"I wish there had been an Imagine Cup when I was growing up. It gets people involved in seeing that software is changing the world."

- Bill Gates
Chairman, Microsoft Corp.

Everything that the world may become "someday" lies in the hands of young people today. As they look at the road ahead, their close relationship with technology enables them to dream in ways we never have before. Put the two together, and you have young minds holding the tools that can make their vision a reality.

This is the recipe that inspired Microsoft to create the Imagine Cup. What begins with a burst of inspiration and a lot of hard work can become a future software breakthrough, a future career, or a flourishing new industry. The Imagine Cup encourages young people to apply their imagination, their passion and their creativity to technology innovations that can make a difference in the world – today. Now in its eighth year, the Imagine Cup has grown to be a truly global competition focused on finding solutions to real world issues.

Open to students around the world, the Imagine Cup is a serious challenge that draws serious talent, and the competition is intense. The contest spans a year, beginning with local, regional and online contests whose winners go on to attend the global finals held in a different location every year. The intensity of the work brings students together, and motivates the competitors to give it their all. The bonds formed here often last well beyond the competition itself.

Following are the videos of Image Cup 2009 held in Cairo...

Windows Embedded @ Imagine Cup 2009 - Days 1




Windows Embedded @ Imagine Cup 2009 - Days 2



Windows Embedded @ Imagine Cup 2009 - Days 3



Windows Embedded @ Imagine Cup 2009 - Days 4



Windows Embedded @ Imagine Cup 2009 - Days 5




Get ready for Imagin Cup 2010 in Poland!



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