27 Feb '14, 4pm

Chip Shot: Intel Launches 'Make It Wearable' Challenge Visionary Track

The Visionary Track of the "Make It Wearable" challenge is now open for submissions of one-minute videos that showcase creative ideas that push the limits of what’s possible in wearable technology. Five winners will each receive $5,000 and be invited to San Francisco for a gala event. Announced by Intel CEO Brian Krzanich at CES , the Development Track will be open for submissions this summer, providing finalists with monetary support and intensive mentoring from industry leaders to develop prototype wearable designs. Over $1.3 million USD will be awarded in the challenge. Visit makeit.intel.com for more information. What will you make?

Full article: http://newsroom.intel.com/community/intel_newsroom/blog/2...

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