Designing and developing digital outcomes
Throughout the country New Zealand students are producing Technology project work of exceptional innovation, design, and craft. Technology Online's Student Showcase pages celebrate some of these students' achievements and successes.
If you have a technology student of any age who has displayed excellence in a recent project, Technology Online is interested in hearing about it. You can view a guideline for submitting a student showcase. For more information please contact us, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Outstanding scholarship in technology: STEELBRO Bluetooth application
MacKenzie Parker demonstrated outstanding planning for practice and technological modelling in his scholarship project developing a Bluetooth application.
Top scholar DDDO: A monitoring system for the Orokonui Ecosanctuary
William Satterthwaite achieved top scholar in technology for the monitoring system he developed to help protect Haast tokoeka kiwi chicks.
Developing a website for a volunteer organisation
Creating a website for a volunteer organisation turned out to be a very successful scholarship project.
Captivated by coding
Year 12 student Michelle Arthars says she is now "addicted to Java".
Axl the mechatronic dog
Adam Gorrie won Top Scholar Technology for Axl the mechatronic dog, created for his uncle’s theatrical production.
Remote-controlled lawn mower
Kevin decided a radio-controlled mower could solve the cabling issues and allow his grandparents to mow the lawns themselves with little effort.
Temperature controlled window mechanism
Hussam designed and built a device that automatically opened and closed windows to maintain a desired room temperature.