1st Place – ARoom – a platform created as a mix of AR (augmented reality) and VR (virtual reality), which will show you a secret door to one of the rooms in our office. You can take a walk, look around, feel the atmosphere of our office and come back to your real world.
Audience Award – Carpooling Challenge – the app allows drivers to add lifts and share their willingness to pick up Objectivity’s employees. From passengers’ perspective, the Carpooling Challenge app helps you to find a lift to work or back home at desired hours. Each lift is granted one point and all registered drivers are taking part in Carpooling Challenge. The best three in each month will get the parking spots in the underground garage for three months. It is eco-friendly, solves a problem of parking lot spaces, and gives the employees a chance to network.
This year, there were 2 more awards for the exceptional projects:
Technology Deep Dive Award – for the most technologically advanced application – Alter Table – a football table game analysis, which provides deep insights into the match statistics including: ball possession, top speed of the ball and automated goal detection.
PBS Award for the Outrageous Ambition – the award given by the Managing Director, Peter Brookes-Smith – FundBox – an application which gathers all of the company’s CSR activities in one place. Thanks to this app, you can participate in any action you wish, by signing up as a volunteer or transferring money.
All of us at Objectivity we were thrilled to see how technologies we use every day in commercial projects were used in unexpected ways. Each edition of IDEAapp_ proves, that getting out of daily routines is very refreshing. Even if it means even more coding.
If you would like to read more about the innovations which we created in a little bit over 3 days, go to the IDEAapp_ website
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