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The 2015 Contest is Now Open for Entries!

Submit your best new product ideas for a chance to win $20,000, glory and fame. Watch this video to learn more.

CONGRATULATIONS 2014 Contest Winners!

Grand Prize Winner

Robotic Building Construction By Contour Crafting

Behrokh Khoshnevis

Contour Crafting (CC) is a computerized construction method that 3D prints large-scale structures directly from architectural CAD models. Walls are built up by forming their outer surfaces via extrusion of a paste-like material such as concrete, and the use of a robotic trowel to provide a smooth, contoured surface. CC is a very flexible technique, capable of constructing aesthetically pleasing “organic” curvilinear shapes as easily as “boxy” rectilinear shapes; as such, it has attracted strong interest from leading architects.


>> Click here to view the full list of winners and honorable mentions.
>> Click here for the TOP 100 highest scoring entries.

Thank you to all our entrants and judges.

Watch Behrokh's acceptance speech below:

Thank you from our Sponsors

“This year's contest really knocked it out of the park with a record number of entries and tons of truly forward-thinking product ideas. All these creative designs are a testament to the power of engineering innovation for building a better tomorrow. COMSOL is grateful for the opportunity to support the Create the Future Design Contest that does such a phenomenal job in promoting and recognizing simulation-driven product design. Kudos to all the entrants for sharing their amazing ideas and congratulations to this year's winners!”

— Bernt Nilsson, Senior VP of Marketing, COMSOL

“We'd like to congratulate this year's winners for their ingenuity, and commend all of the entrants for taking part in this exciting program that fosters technological innovation. As a distributor of leading technologies, "Creating the Future" is very much at the heart of what we support here at Mouser, and we are excited to help design engineers and want to thank them for their important contributions. Engineers really deserve the credit for the amazing ingenuity we are seeing today in electronic design.”

— Kevin Hess, Vice President of Technical Marketing, Mouser Electronics

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