Kniwwelino Programming Challenge

The Codeweek is just over and we want to test what you have learned at events and other activities and deepen it. Therefore we challenge you to develop a great amusing game with the Kniwwelino. Of course there is also something to win.

Program an amusing game with the visual programming language or Arduino. It doesn't matter if you connect several Kniwwelino via the internet or if it only runs on one Kniwwelino. It is important that you document the project and make it available to others in the spirit of Open Source. Show how you developed the idea for your project. Make a short video showing your game in action. Important is not only the code, but also the presentation. So don't be afraid to build the Kniwwelino into a made object. Maybe the object is part of your user interface for the game?

All children and teenagers up to 18 years, as individuals or groups can participate. The competition will be divided into two age groups. The juniors are all children up to the age of 12. The parents may help with the juniors, but the achievements of the child must be clearly recognizable.

Finally the prices for the Kniwwelino Challenge are fixed!

Juniors

  1. a Lego education set Space and Airport, sponsored by the Electronic-Shop and the publication of their project in the Makermag of the SNJ.
  2. one year subscription for the German Make, sponsored by Maker Media GmbH
  3. a pair of SBS Bluetooth In-ear headphones, sponsored by Digital Lëtzebuerg.

Youth

  1. a Bare Conductive Touch Board Pro Kit, sponsored by the Electronic-Shop and the publication of their project in the Makermag of the SNJ.
  2. one year subscription for the German Make, sponsored by Maker Media GmbH
  3. a pair of SBS Bluetooth In-ear headphones, sponsored by Digital Lëtzebuerg.

Furthermore all winners get a Kniwwelino to do networked projects or to share it with a friend.

Please document your project until 9 December 2018 1 January 2019 (23:59 ;-)) on a portal of your choice (github.com, hackster.io, instructables.com, etc.). The submission includes the source code as Arduino file or as xml of KniwwelinoBlockly. (Saving the xml document is on https://code.kniwwelino.lu in the left sidebar). An accompanying text with pictures showing the creation. Tagged your contribution with #Kniwwelino and #KniwwelinoChallenge2018 and send us the link to the project, your age and if you are in a group to info@kniwwelino.lu with the subject KniwwelinoChallenge2018.

The jury will then evaluate the originality, the quality of the source code and the documentation.

Please help us to reach as many participants as possible and share this entry with the tag #KniwwelinoChallenge2018

Legal recourse is excluded. Employees and relatives of LIST and SNJ are excluded from this competition.