Students in the Spotlight with the PicoPix Challenge.

 Sagemcom Announces European Student Contest with its range of PicoPix Pocket Projector.

November 11, 2013: Sagemcom, the European leader in the picoprojector market, is launching a student competition based on its Philips PicoPix range. It will run in partnership with Studyka and all its partner schools across the united Kingdom, France, , Germany, Italy and Austria.  The purpose of this contest is to challenge students, “How do you create a buzz with PicoPix?”

The contest consists of several steps:

Step 1: Each team of students that applies will send a proposal containing their creative ideas.

Step 2: The 25 most creative teams will be chosen. They will receive a Philips PicoPix pocket projector in order to make their idea realistic and film their ‘making of’.

Step 3: The final step, Six teams will be chosen to present their projects to a jury of Sagemcom managers. Winners will be selected and those teams will receive prizes, including the latest innovative Philips products.

European students will be in the spotlight. They will need all their imagination and creativity to win this contest, based on the range of Philips PicoPix picoprojectors!

To find out more about the Studyka operation, go to:

Twitter : #PicoPix



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