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What is MakeX Spark?
Why Join MakeX Spark？
Project-based creative design program
Unlike most robotics or coding competition, it also requires creativity, design-thinking and presentation, working as a complete project circle.
Have all-round development
You will get a comprehensive development by using logical thinking and innovation to design solutions for a real-world problem and demonstrating it to others.
A fun solution to distance learning
It gives you an opportunity to study at home and have great fun while creating and learning.
Experience the joy of sharing
You are encouraged to showcase your project in the global community and share your experience in the online awarding ceremony!
Compete virtually and submit online
You are free to complete your project anywhere and submit it online.
Attend basic Workshops
The training workshops or webinars organized by MakeX will be open to all participating teams, with a variety of interesting and practical topics.
What They Say?
“I was not so convinced that our students could be able to participate in the competition after 3 months of intensive training. And I thought competitions or winning is not that important to them, but I was wrong. When they need to design, construct, and present their work at the end of the project, they surprised me by their commitment and creativity.”
Mentor from STEM@IT
“We had quite problems with organization, because of the pandemic. Older students don’t have classes in school so we had to collaborate online. There was no problem with theory and discussing ideas, but when we had to do the practice part, there were a bit of hiccup. Some of them managed, some didn’t. But idea and preparation will stay with them for some other competition with the similar theme.”
Mentor at C.H.A.O.S.
“MakeX is a terrific teaching material for young students to develop coding creativity and experience. MakeX which has much better quality than any others in the market makes students highly concentrate on their projects. The best point we learned is that coding education should be to stimulate students’ interest, not just cramming something to their brain.”
What You Can Get?
Contestants are evaluated on five dimensions of performance.
* Includeinnovative thinking,electronic technology,programming ability,design ability and communication skills.
Each dimension is made up of 1-2 subdimensions
Previous Excellent Projects
Ambulance and Traffic
During my research on my MakeX project topic, I found some scary and interesting information:
-2020 Pandemic situation has taught us some very important lessons, that we must not ignore to ensure that such a crisis will not occur again.
We saw that first-world to third-world countries faced the same problem as they were not prepared.
Care Consol is a device to motivate users into a more beneficial and healthier diet routine. When dieting, it is very easy falling off track and participating in dangerous diet plans. However, this device will always be there to back down into the right path whenever you need it.
There are certain things in life which you have to do whether you like it or not. One of such things is household chores which all moms can’t avoid. We decide to create an auto cleaner robot as a helper. It is a sustainable auto cleaner. It can sweep and mop the floors at the same time . It is user friendly because all of the members in the family can control it. This helper will make all moms around the world will smile broadly.
Healthcare is a global problem, countries big or small face this issue of providing ideal healthcare countrywide hence with the theme of coding with health in this makex competition I propose a solution to providing Elderly healthcare through technology.
Your Journey Through MakeX Spark
Project Submission Guide
STEP 1 : Publish Project
>> Watch the video of Publish Project
STEP 2 : Submit Project & Poster
<< Watch the video of Submit Project & Poster
Details & Regulations
1. Team member：
Participant:6-13 years old
Mentor:18 years old and above
3. Each team can only publish one project to participate in a single match.
4. Mentor shall guide and supervise the students to carry out safe construction operation and tool use during the event.
Recommended equipments are shown as follows. If you want to buy any equipment, please contact the local distributor or MakeX Committee: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you to all the contestants and mentors for joining the 20th Guangxi Adolescent Robotics Competition ASEAN Countries Adolescent Robotics Invitational Tournament- MakeX Spark Competition. The final result is listed below. The award certificates and score reports will be sent to each contestant via email. Those who are not awarded on the list will also get the participation e-certificate. Any questions please contact us via email@example.com
Thanks to the judging panel who put a lot of efforts into this competition. They are (in no particular order): Vivian Fung, Mohd Hisharuddin Bin Mat Daud, Antonius Juniadhi Soekendar, Melalaine B. Austria, Lo Heung Kwong John, Jomar P Cruz, Arwa Nassar, Zeljko Udovcic, Syed Bilal Hassan, Saleh Hasan Qoqazeh, Rayan Abdullah Al Anazi, Albert Wong, Aljazi Abdulaziz Alnuwaysir, Athar Ahmed Al Zuriqat.
- Nice Spod Final – Ananda Kirani Mahagitta Wicaksono
- E.A.R.T.H.& Recycling Station Samuel & Katherine – Samuel Anugerah Winata & Katherine Grace Winata
- Smart Future City – Gordon Augusto Pook
- SMART BIN Version 1 – Khaninnat Sangsiri
- Ro-Sem _Pro-Teen Team – Pro-Teen Team_ Joanna Marielle B. Austria & Cassandra Denise De Dios
- ECO-FRIENDLY BLACK SMOKE EXTINGUISHER – LUIS MIGUEL R. CAPISTRANO, CAILA AUDREY C. ARAZA
- Ro-Boat – Michaela Palad, Breindel Wynne Cabuyao
- Fores-tree Planting Rover – Stephanie Gwen V. Jacela , Ronan Gabriel V. Intal
- Solar Hunter – Riane Gwyneth S. Relos, Redgie Jasper G. Alaoig
- Baby Shark Return and Earn – Chutikan Monaiyakool
- A.C.E. Bot – Enzo Dominic Perez and Lance Kenzo Posadas
- Automated Waste Disposal System-Remix – Tisha Aurelia Yu and Stella Cynthia Jaya Oey