Student maker competition attracts more entrants than ever before

By eeNews Europe

This year will be the second time that Mouser has sponsored the event, which kicked off on March 12th with 30 teams. Those teams have now been reduced to ten teams by a panel of judges for the final challenge. The challenge this year focussed on mood recognition, and the teams were tasked to use image sensors and processing to create an innovative solution.

Mark Patrick, Supplier & Technical Marketing Manager, EMEA, Mouser said, “CLIK is a perfect example of how Mouser works in partnership with academia and the innovation community to develop new ideas”.

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