(Photos by Doug Martin)
Once again, the Queen’s School of Computing hosted another successful and lively Creative Computing Showcase. For its 7th year in a row, the students did a phenomenal job in demonstrating the range of diversity and innovation in the field of computing through their posters and demonstrations. There were over 100 projects showcased from various School of Computing courses, making this the largest Creative Computing Showcase the Queen’s community has experienced. The event also received coverage from The Whig Standard .
Courses involved in the Showcase include:
- CISC/COGS 499 (Advanced Undergraduate Project)
- CISC 472 (Medical Informatics)
- CISC 498 (Information Technology Project)
- CISC 325 (Human-Computer Interaction)
- CISC 226 (Game Design)
- CISC 201 (Introduction to Computing and the Creative Arts)
The People’s Choice Award winners are as follows:
Christopher Caicedo, Michael Piere , Devash Saini , Cole MacDonald , Zachary Slater, and John David Guan for their project “IR Glove Pong”
Sammy Moss, Spencer Neal, and Dominic Phillips for their project “Stovetop Showdown”
Partik Dullat, Jacob Huschilt, and Dennis So for their project “Qlicker-An Open Source In-Class Response System”
Heather Geiger for her project “Analyzing Financial Time Series Data: Predicting and Searching for Anomalies”
Congratulations to all contestants for their hard work! The winners will receive amazing prizes thanks to the generous donations from The VR Hut, Indigo, Canada Computers, and The Campus Bookstore.
Special thanks to all the students, organizers, thank you to all the
students, organizers and judges for all your efforts in making this event an enjoyable and memorable one!