Written by IEEE | October 5, 2017

Are you a maker or creator of a unique technology project? Don’t miss your chance to submit your project to the 2017 IEEE Maker Projectthe last day for submissions is October 17th, 2017.

If you’ve engineered a project that can benefit society and help to educate others, enter now for a chance to win a $500 prize.  

Your entry to the IEEE Maker Project must be engineering projects that were built or created using hardware or software technology with the goal of bettering society. The submission must include an image or video of what was built, as well as a description on the tech built. Community members will be able to share, like and comment on your project. Project categories include:

  • Accessibility
  • Education
  • Entertainment
  • Health & Safety
  • Sustainability
  • Transportation

Check out our coverage from the Maker Faire and the maker lab at Foothill College for inspiration.

Submit your work to the IEEE Maker Project today!


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