Creative category winner 2021 – Crafterz, the idea of a custom box that includes a recycled T-shirt, acrylic textile paint, stencil with a unique design, sponge and a step-by-step instruction to personalize clothes without the necessity of having artistic skills. The team represents Kyiv National Economic University. In the next months, team members will be working with a mentor on the idea’s development.
Digital technology category winner 2021 – Floorer - outstanding floorplans in minutes, a digital product that automates the process of floorplans development for architects that helps in creating new architecture as well as in the renovating of existing real estate. The team was nominated to take part in the competition by PPV Knowledge Networks. The team will receive support from an experienced mentor to develop their project further.
Social impact category winner 2021 – IONKID, a project nominated for participation in the competition by Lviv Polytechnic National University. IONKID is a web-mobile platform that automates the documentation and adjustment of autism therapy artifacts, provides tools to analyze them and track the child’s progress. Team members will be supported by mentor in developing their project during the upcoming months.
Climate change category winner and Country champion 2021 – Dillsy, a digital bill system, which is an innovative alternative for paper receipts that will reduce deforestation, emissions of paper waste and toxic printer ink taking place for regular receipts. The team of Maksym Omelchenko and Andrii Zakharchenko represents V.N. Karazin National University. Dillsy will participate in the Creative Spark Launchpad exclusive virtual sprint programme, receive the support of a qualified mentor, as well as £ 2,000 prize award for project’s development.
Country people’s choice winner and International people’s choice winner 2021 – Aid - Artificial Intelligence Graphical Constructor, a web application that lets people use complicated artificial intelligence concepts and algorithms with no prior knowledge of how they work. The team of Mykhailo Mamchur and Violetta Bilynska was nominated to take part in the competition by Lviv Polytechnic National University. Aid will be awarded a spot in an exclusive virtual Creative Spark Launchpad programme, mentoring scheme and £ 2,000 prize award to develop their idea.