Digital Making


Click here for General Rules of Participation as a Student Maker

This category is all about creating and expressing your ideas in a digital form.

Rules of Digital Making for Student Makers:

  1. Participants must submit digital projects that have been made by them. This may include the following
  • Creative computing – Projects made using programming software like Scratch or similar block based programming software.
  • Digital art – Illustrations, designs and paintings made using softwares like MS Paint, Photoshop/Illustrator, etc
  • GIF video clips – It can be made using any software.
  • Digital sound composition – Participants may compose a music or make an audio mashup. Maximum audio length should be of 1 minute.
  • App or website design – Participants must develop an app or website using any software or program.
  1. They must submit their projects in following ways:
  • Creative Computing – Participants must send their project links.
  • Digital Art – Images of the artwork in JPEG format (1 image of Outline view and 1 Final artwork)
  • GIF video clips – One final GIF file (.gif)
  • Digital sound composition – One final audio file in MP3 format (Maximum file size is 10mb)
  • App or website designScreenshots and links of the app/website and program.
  1. Please specify the software used to make the projects.
  2. Projects shall be shortlisted on the basis of overall age appropriate concept, execution and presentation of the submitted projects.
  3. For the judging round, participants must bring their own laptops, tablets, speakers, printouts etc to showcase their projects.

General Rules of Participation as a Student Maker

  1. Last date of project submission is November 30, 2017
  2. Shortlisted projects will be notified by December 1, 2017
  3. All projects submitted has to be students work and not by parents/trainers/mentors.

Judging Rules

  1. Judging shall be done on December 2 and 3, 2017. It shall be done outside school hours. Students shall be notified at least 2 days before judging day.
  2. Shortlisted students will be required to come to MakersLoft to present their projects to judges.
  3. In case of team project submissions, all team members must be present for judging.
  4. Each participant/team will get 15-30 minutes to present, which may include a small task.
  5. Only top 5 projects in each category shall be selected.
  6. The judges’ decision shall be full and final and no appeal against it shall be entertained.

Rules for selected participants/team

  1. Winning projects will be notified by December 6, 2017.
  2. Winning teams need to confirm their presence in Tinker Fest by December 9, 2017.
  3. They need to be present at Tinker Fest on both December 15th and 16th, 2017 from 9 am to 6 pm. They may be required to come to the venue to setup at 4 pm on December 14, 2017.


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