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Srikar is a 10 year old from India who saw that many people around him didn't know how to pronounce large numbers. So, he created an app that can do just that! We hope you try it out!
Bethany is a 15 year old student from Hong Kong who loves physics and wanted to share her passion with others. She created a wonderful survival game that has well-crafted applications of physics. You won't want to miss this one!
16 year old Maxim is a sophomore from the US who created a mathematically complex 3D shooter game using a ray casting method. See if you can give it a shot!
Kloe and Ava are 13 year old 7th graders from the US who originally created this app for a class project, but decided to take it one step further. They display helpful information about our ongoing plastic pollution problem. See if there's something new you can learn!
George Vakalis is an IT school professor from Greece who specializes in teaching students with special needs. He created this game to show the beauty of diversity and his designs cast light on the autism community.
11 year old Krishna is a 6th grader from India. He created this app to help everyone maintain a healthy life by tracking all of your health information in one convenient spot. We especially love how the app can remind you if any medication you're taking is running low. Try it for yourself!
12 year old Ananya is a 7th grader from India who created this handy math quiz app. She hopes to help us improve our multiplication skills with this fun app. Complete all 10 levels to keep your brain active and become a math master!
Rishabh, 11, a 6th grader from India, created this app that uses simple algebra to inspire people to create apps and learn math. Truly inspirational!
Dr. Laube from Germany created this addictingly fun pearl diver game where you try to maximize your score by placing tiles on a game board. Our high score was 30. Can you beat that?
Fujio Yamamoto is an emeritus professor from Japan who made this complex app that solves the Hamiltonian cycle problem for a given graph. It's complex yet comprehensive, and if you've ever wanted to learn about Hamiltonian cycles, this is a great place to start!
Madhav, age 12, a student from India, created this astonishingly complex app to help users estimate the tiles, pavers, or planks needed to cover an area. He hopes that he can encourage people to do more DIY tiling projects. Looks like it's time for all of us to get to work!
8 year old elementary school student Aarna from India created this emergency app so that anyone in danger can ask for help. Keep up the fantastic work Aarna!