The Department of Information Technology at Martin Luther Christian University organized a tech fest showcase competition yesterday, where several colleges participated to showcase their innovative projects and ideas.
The competition aimed to provide a platform for students to showcase their technical skills and creativity in the field of information technology.
The judges for the competition were Pynbianglut Hadem, Scientist-D from National Informatics Centre, and George Kharmujai, who has 10-plus years experience as a software designer and developer.
St Edmund’s College bagged both the first and second prizes, while the third prize went to St Anthony’s College.
The winning entry from St Edmund’s used gesture recognition to create a game of Rock, Paper, Scissors, which is an alternative form of Human Computer Interaction (HCI) from using standard input devices.
As part of the tech fest, Aiborlang Nongkynrih, a full stack developer and technology lead at Sonicbolt Technologies LLP, gave an inspiring talk to the students about the use of modern tools and technologies.
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