Project Registration Open for Coolest Projects International!

We are delighted to announce that project registration is officially open for Coolest Projects International in the RDS, Dublin on 26 May 2018!

Register your Project now!

About the event

On May 26, young coders and technology creators from around the world will fly in to the largest Coolest Projects International showcase yet, to share projects designed and constructed using their creative technology skills. Last year hundreds of young people involved in Dojos travelled to the event from 17 countries worldwide to present their projects on the day! Expect useful apps, hilarious games, customized websites, an array of robots and inspiring IOT hardware creations!

Last year we saw so many amazing inventions made by young people around the world including Selin’s “T@chowuff– Smart Dog Collar”. She made the collar to track her dogs movements a it kept running off! Her project lets you know where your dog is and even how many steps they have walked! Sophie’s dance-mat game she made with a Makey Makey and tinfoil, or Prahlad’s coded Minecraft mod, he made to help young people understand type 1 diabetes! You can see more of the awesome projects at last years event here.

Important points about registration

  • Participants from all countries are welcome to enter!
  • Participants must be a participant in Raspberry Pi Foundation initiatives, including CoderDojo, Code Club and Raspberry Jams.
  • For those under 13 years, a parent or guardian will need to fill in the project registration form on their behalf.
  • For group projects, the project should have the details of each team member included.

Remember! You can register a project even if it has not been completed. In the coming weeks all those who have registered a project will be emailed with details on how to update their project registration details ahead of the event, so don’t worry if you think you might need to change a project description or name at a later date. For more details see our frequently asked questions.