WA TAFE students win award for ANZAC app

Date: 20 July 2016

North Metropolitan TAFE students win award for augmented reality app

Students will now represent Western Australia on the national stage


North Metropolitan TAFE and Frame AR's ANZAC Tom Imaginarium app took out the 'Most Creative Media/Entertainment Technology Award' at the recent INCITE Awards.

 

They will now go on to represent Western Australia at the Australian Information Industry Association National iAwards which will be held in Melbourne in September 2016.

 

Mrs Harvey said the app has had more than 5,000 installs so far and seen by more than 10,000 users.  The app is also currently installed at the Army Museum of Western Australia and 12 regional schools across WA.

 

"Our TAFE students are at the cutting edge of technology and emerging trends, and I am proud to say all the students involved have now entered rewarding careers in their chosen fields of media and animation," she said.

 

Fact File

  • ANZAC Tom was launched before Remembrance Day 2015 at Kings Park
  • The app has had more than 5,000 installs
  • The students involved studied Diploma of Software Development, Diploma of Digital Media Technologies and Advanced Diploma of Screen and Media courses 

 

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