We are extremely proud today to announce the five finalists of The MirrorSphere Future Tech Star Competition 2016!
All five finalists attended MirrorSphere’s offices today for a presentation and photo shoot before the winner is announced next week. They are all so incredibly talented, we are sure they will go on to do amazing things in the future, whatever the outcome of this competition.
Samuel Walton, 16
is an Air Cadet who has designed and built a server and network which enables cadets to work together on flight simulators.
Toby Hall, 17
builds robots and wants to use his skills to create robots to help people in disaster zones. He attends University Technical College Oxfordshire.
Caitlin Burns, 17
designed an app called Mediclock, to remind patients when to take their medication and what dosage to take. She hopes to study Artificial Intelligence.
Holly Rowland , 17
is a programming whizz who set up her own coding club to help teach younger children the coding language Python. She is working on creating an Enigma machine and several robots.
Callum Morrison, 18
has a varied interest in technology, from film-making and graphic design to programming, media and cars. He designed a blind spot information system to improve safety on the roads and also adapted an Android tablet and installed it in his car as a sat nav system and media centre.
The aim of MirrorSphere Future Tech Star was to find teenagers in Oxfordshire with a talent for technology, and we have been blown away by the standard of entries.MirrorSphere are a local IT Support Services Provider
Our five finalists are outstanding and we are going to have a difficult job in choosing a winner.
All of them have shown passion, dedication and a desire to help others and improve lives through technology. We are extremely proud of them.Spencer Dauphin, MirrorSphere MD
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