FutureEverything Award 2010 Winner Announced
The EyeWriter has been chosen as the winner of the inaugural FutureEverything Award following an online vote by a world-wide community of FutureEverything artists and participants from the past 15 years.
The EyeWriter beat two other shortlisted projects: Open_Sailing, an international community trying to develop the International_Ocean_Station as an open-source project, developing hardware and software to enable intelligent human activities at sea; and Amphibious Architecture, a visual interface floating on the water’s surface, creating a looking glass into the aquatic ecosystem.
Drew Hemment, Director of FutureEverything comments: “We were delighted with the high calibre and diversity of submissions for the debut FutureEverything Award, which was launched to celebrate outstanding innovation in art, society and technology. This year’s winner demonstrates extraordinary creativity, imagination and ingenuity.”
The winning candidate will receive a £10,000 cash prize and the FutureEverything Trophy, presented at the Awards Ceremony, a Gala event staged during the FutureEverything festival from 12 to 15 May.
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See our previous post to find out about the EyeWriter.