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    NanoRama Fighting Germs Restoration & Repair PYNQ Workshop

     

    Current Contests:

     

     

     

     

    • Monthly Theme: PYNQ Workshop - Closes: 2020,  14th in July
      • Follow along with Adam Taylor's Zero to Hero Workshop and build your own Embedded Vision Project

     

    Upcoming Contest:

     

    • Monthly Theme:  Hardware Hacking - Opens: 2020, 14th in May
      • Any projects involving reverse engineering, modding, adding digital to analog hardware, sniffing busses, modifying firmwares, etc.

     

    Previous Contest:

     

    • Monthly Theme: Photonics - Winners Announced!
      • Any projects involving, experimenting, or exploring lasers, LEDs, phototransistors, LIDARs, TOF cameras, and more!

     

     

    Monthly Electronics & Design Competitions
    Project Competition:Restoration & Repair Fighting Germs NanoRama
    Opening Date:2020 - 16th in Mar2020 -18th in Mar2019 - 20th in Mar
    Meet the Projects:2020 - 16th in Mar2020 - 10th in Jun2019 - 20th in Mar
    Competition Closes:2020 - 14th in May2020 - 15th in Jun2020 - 14th in May
    Volunteer Judging:2020 - 14th in May2020 - 15th in Jun2019 - 14th in May
    Winners Announced:2020 - 24th in May2020 - 22 in Jun2019 - 24th in May

     

    Be Original
    Stick to the Theme
    • Come up with a clever name that make's your project memorable!
      • This project is your baby! Part of the fun of bringing something new into the world is coming up with a name.
    • Introduce something new or that is not commercially available or affordable!
    • If you have an idea for a project that doesn't fit the current theme then submit your idea in the comments section of the monthly poll.
    List the Steps
    Submit Video Proof
    • Provide the steps you took to complete your project (text, video, or images).
      • This could be a step by step how-to-guide, vlog, schematics, coding, napkin drawings, voice narration, or whatever you think will be useful!
    • If it doesn't work that's fine, this is more about the journey than the end product.
    • A short video is all that is required but you can shoot as much video as you like.
    • You are encouraged to be creative and have as much fun as possible!

     

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