2012 RTT Awards Competition Offers Challenge for Students
ROYAL OAK — RTT, a leader in realtime, 3D visualization software and services for product design and marketing, is challenging the visionaries of tomorrow with the annual Student Awards program. This is a competitive vehicle for students interested in graphic design and 3D visualization to debut innovative, creative concepts, to a global audience of 3D visualization industry experts.
There are two competition themes. “Funky Visualization Design” is a platform for creatives to feature outstanding 2D or 3D conceptual design that advances or expands the way a product is engineered and marketed. “Emerging Technology” asks students for their take on the future of graphics and interactive techniques and how they can influence our surroundings and essentially enhance our environments.
The awards are a part of the RTT University Program (RTT UP) which helps RTT develop relationships with universities that have renowned computer graphics and industrial design programs. With a strong emphasis on cooperation and joint development, RTT UP provides universities with software, services, training courses and mentoring opportunities.
“We are thrilled to have this opportunity to work with students and evaluate their creative capabilities,” said Peter Stevenson, CEO of RTT USA. “Students represent the future of our rapidly growing industry. ”
The awards will be presented at RTT Excite (www.rttexcite.com) in Munich, April 26-27. Excite is an interactive discussion platform providing information, workshops and demonstrations utilizing innovative technologies and solutions in 3D visualization.
The competition is open to all creative university students. For more information please visit www.rtt.ag/contest. Entries for both student awards themes can be submitted online via www.rtt.ag. Interested parties and potential participants can send their inquiries to email@example.com. Deadline for submissions is March 31.
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