Imagine Cup: Microsoft calls public to vote their favorite app

"Students from around the world will gather in Warsaw, Poland, next month to showcase innovative ideas that could change the world. They're competing in the eighth annual Imagine Cup, the world's premier student technology competition sponsored by Microsoft starting June 8 and running through July 7, the public is invited to view videos created by […]

"Students from around the world will gather in Warsaw, Poland, next month to showcase innovative ideas that could change the world. They're competing in the eighth annual Imagine Cup, the world's premier student technology competition sponsored by Microsoft starting June 8 and running through July 7, the public is invited to view videos created by the students and vote for their favorite projects at the link below. The team with the most votes will be crowned the People's Choice champion and will be recognized July 8 at an awards ceremony at the Imagine Cup World Festival at the Warsaw opera house," writes Microsoft.

This year's competition started with more than 325,000 high school and university students registering from more than 100 countries and regions, and it'll culminate at Imagine Cup Worldwide Finals from July 3–8. Only top 400 students have made it to Worldwide Finals for their original solutions, which range from a multitouch tutoring system for physically challenged students to a mobile phone application that can test for hearing loss. The quality of this year's projects proves that students truly are capable of doing anything to which they set their minds.

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