The 19th Guangxi Adolescent Robotics Competition 

ASEAN Countries & Guangdong-HongKong-Macao Adolescent Robotics Invitational Tournament

2021 MakeX Spark Online Competition

「Code for Health」

* This competition is open for teams with invitations. 

Basic Information

Participation Instructions

Projects Gallery


Thank you for your particiaption and congratulations to the awarded teams below! All teams will receive award certificate, and top 3 will get extra prizes. If you have any question please contact


CHARM-Ciaryn He & Isselyn He

Hospital mBot-Ihsan Hafiz Zaid

Motion Detector Health Bot-Faith Gabriella Onggowarsito & Sharlene Arcelia Septiawan

Wireless & Motion Sensing Gym-Pinball(SWC)-Fu Yuet Kwan / Yim Kei Yeung

Mbot with Essentials-Josiah Rafael Gumulya & James Christopher Setiawan

TranspoSafeBot-Enzo Dominic Perez/Michael Craig Sing

Touch-less Water Dispenser-Fathan Aditya Zafran

Induction Shoe Box-古興梵(Ocean)/楊宇軒(Moses)

The Shining Passage-陳珏梵(Mary)/吳梓堯(Ivan)

Social Distancing Project-Arielle Francene E. Dela Cruz / Michio Nathan L. Tiglao



Runner up

Second Runner up

Excellence Award

Participation Procedure

                             01 Submission                                                02 Online Presentation                                      03 Result Publicity

May 1st-16th——Submission
Publish and Submit your projects referring to the MakeX Spark standard process.
Send your PowerPoint presentation materials (5 mins presentation) via E-mail ( Please noted that any modification is not accepted after submission.

May  19th——Pre-match Online Communication Meeting
Online tests for all presentation materials and internet of all participating teams.
The order of presentation will be decided by drawing lots on this meeting.

May 22nd, 9:00-12:00, China time(tentative) ——Online Presentation 
Each team has 5 mins presentation for final assessment and 3 mins  Q&A with expert judges.

May 23rd——Result Publicity
The awarding results will be published on the competition webpage.

*This competition is open for teams with invitations. 

Instruction Videos 

Instructions(1): Publish Project
Instruction(2): Submit Project&Poster

Competition Rules 

☟ Click below to check the rules guide.

The rule is the same with the global competition 2021 MakeX Spark Online Competition-Code for Health


If you have any questions, please scan the QR Code or click the link below to join the 2020-2021 MakeX Spark Online Group on Skype.


MakeX Spark is a creative competition program for young people. In MakeX Spark, contestants need to focus on the theme of each match, make full use of creativity, carry out the projects through software programming, hardware construction, and display the projects to others.

With the characteristics of low entry-level and flexible forms, Spark focuses on guiding teenagers to not only learn interdisciplinary knowledge and apply them to practical problems but also improve their problem-solving and logical-thinking abilities, developing their creativity and imagination. Through theme learning with practice, Spark helps contestants improve communication and expression abilities, and fully feel the joy of sharing.


In 2020, an outbreak of the novel coronavirus (Covid-19) infection affected every aspect of our lives. Scientific institutions, governments and enterprises all over the world work closely together to take prompt scientific measures, from studying the principle of the virus, tracking the spread of the virus and popularizing scientific knowledge of epidemic prevention. Great efforts have been made to build a scientific defense line for the protection of human health.

The theme for this competition is Code for Health. Contestants are highly expected to develop creative ideas to safeguard the human health. There will be a great imagination space for the project designing. For example, it can be a touch-free robot which is able to fight against epidemics and deliver supplies to hospitals. It can also be an intelligent tool that can destroy viruses and protect human health, or a diagnostic tool to diagnose the physical health at any time……. As long as the ideas are bold enough and have something to do with protecting human health, you are the safety guardian we are looking for!


*Contestants should use mBlock 5 to program projects. The hardware is not limited. Recommended hardwares are shown as following.

 If you want to buy any equipment, please contact the local distributor or MakeX Committee:


Halocode is a wireless single board computer. With its built-in Wi-Fi support and microphone, the students can easily bring your board into the IoT projects and add speech recognition ability to it. It comes with plenty of sensors, such as 12 x Programmable RGB LED light, a Motion Sensor, a Touch Sensor, and more.

AI & IoT Creator Add-on Pack

If the mainboard like Halocode is not enough for your project, we recommend the combination of Halocode with the AI & IoT Creator Add-on Pack, which offers 13 mBuild electronic modules and 9 accessories packages equipped with appropriate building blocks, Python APIs, hardware online documents, assisted with wealthy teaching cases.



Trophy & Medals


Runner up

Trophy & Madals


Second Runner up

Trophy & Medals


Excellence Award



Through MakeX Spark, contestants can reflect on their abilities in five dimensions.

*Under the premise of complying the rules, contestants may receive a STEAM Ability Assessment Report. The diagram on the right is an example of the abilities distribution.

Use various types of electronic modules
Achieve the functions of the project accurately and smoothly
Proficient in applying programming concepts or algorithmic techniques
Concise program with no bug
Design complex mechanical structures
Use a variety of maker or art materials to design the outlook of projects
Unique and novel solutions
Clear target users and project positioning, highly related to the theme
Speak fluently in the demonstration video
Show the complete problem-solving process