Inspiring Software Design at the Imagine Cup

Wired features imaginative and inspiring software designs presented by student teams at the 2011 Imagine Cup. The projects range from combating malaria through an effective information management system, providing quadriplegic persons with the ability to use a computer, and allowing people to do rehabilitation exercises from home.

Instead of aiming their sights at some new business tool, social media platform, or first person shooter, they create tools that allow people to conduct physical therapy at home, disabled persons to use a computer or see in school, and to make us all better drivers and cure some of the worst diseases in the world.

One of the teams made a short documentary about their project:

Read more: Inspiring Software Aims to Help Individuals, Save Lives and Change the World

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