Posts Tagged ‘contest’

The Cringely 2010 (Not in Silicon Valley) Startup Tour

Silicon Valley has long been the home of many a startup in the tech sector, but recently several other areas have arisen as similar hotbeds of innovation and technology. Robert Cringely is holding a public contest to allow visitors to nominate these “Not in Silicon Valley” Startups for inclusion in a US tour. Starting next […]

Computer Graphics Student Awards

cgCoach brings us the announcement of the Computer Graphics Student Awards, giving you a chance to submit your work to be viewed by some of the biggest names in the industry and a chance to win recognition and prizes! This event aims to provide you with an amazing opportunity to showcase your creative and technical […]


The GH House Challenge 23 Finalists Render Showcase

Ronen Bekerman has just concluded his GH House Challenge and is showing the 23 amazing images in the final lot. I’m very proud to present the images created by the 23 finalists of the first Architectural Visualization Challenge – The GH House. The public vote by the forums members is also open and you are […]
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Federal Virtual World Challenge Finalists

Several months ago, RDECOM issued the “Federal Virtual Worlds Challenge”, challenging the public and contractors to develop innovative virtual world tools to aid in research, education, and collaboration.  Now they’ve narrowed down the submissions to a handful of entries in each of 4 areas: Collaboration, Skill Buildings, Instruction, and Visualization.  You can hit their website […]


RTT USA Launches Two Student Visualization Contests

Students of graphic design and visualization may want to check out the new pair of contests from RTT and NVidia where universities, research teams, and students can submit work.  The contest is focused on innovative technological processes and methods in real-time high-end visualization. “These contests provide an ideal platform for new talent wanting to present […]

The ReadWriteWeb And Tableau Public Challenge

Contestants, dig out your visualization textbooks and prepare for a new contest from ReadWriteWeb and Tableau.  Download one of their preselected datasets, create an impressive visualization with Tableau Public, and have a chance to win an all-expenses paid trip to the Web2.0 EXPO and $500 cash. ReadWriteWeb and Tableau Public have teamed up to challenge […]


Pixels for 2/26/2010: Contests, TurboSquid, and Trinigy

Here are today’s pixels: LightWorks Design names the victor in their latest competition (shown right) Exclusive: Michele Bousquet responds to complaints & criticisms about TurboSquid’s changes & SquidGuild Ray drops the price of the Ray Projector to $199 Trinigy Vision Engine 8 demo video Redsdk 2.2 Global illumination tools

Win a free copy of Programming Massively Parallel Processors

InsideHPC’s John West just finished a review of “Programming Massively Parallel Processors: A Hands on Approach” by David Kirk and Wen-mei Hwu, and now that the book is read, what to do? Easy, give it away.  Hit his site for the details, but basically just send him an email and you are automatically entered to […]


GOOD Contest: Create an Infographic About Neighborhoods

GOOD Magazine has announced their next Infographic contest, with the details on their site: As you may know, our next issue is the Neighborhoods issue. We’ve asked for and received tons of help from you all in thinking of ideas. But we’ll be honest, we’re having a hard time thinking of topics for our infographics […]

Top sights of science

MSNBC has posted an article on the winners of the 2009 International Science and Engineering Visualization Challenge. The visualization images range from conceptual visualization, to information visualizations, to photographs produced from electron tunneling microscopes. The image to the right is my favorite. It is called “Kuen’s Surface: A Meditation on Euclid, Lobachevsky and Quantum Field”. […]