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Game controller for disabled children takes top honour at design awards

Brian Karlovsky | May 29, 2014
A computer game controller for disabled children has beaten a kamodo fishing kayak, a Robocop-like police helmet and an artificial coral reef system to win the top gong at the Hills Young Australian design awards.

"Clever ideas are not enough — young innovators need to be connected to good networking and mentoring opportunities to help them ultimately bring their product to market," Mr Pretty said. "That's exactly what the Hills Innovation Centres will do. Our industry experts will be on hand to provide advice to resolve technical issues and help develop an idea into a workable commercial prototype. "At Hills, we want to unearth and nurture the next big Australian invention that will help transform and change lives."

 

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