Automated racing car
See how these four students at Roxburgh Rise Primary School created their very own automated racing car that was presented to a judging panel at the Grand Prix!
Denver's drink dispenser
Check out Denver, the young entrepreneur from Queens Beach State School Denver, and his home-made drink dispenser!
Tech Girls are Superheroes
Watch this video featuring five female students from Gymea Bay Public School that participated in the Tech Girls are Superheroes competition and came second in their state. The group used MIT app inventor to complete their project.
Year 11 student, Macinley Butson, from Illawarra Grammar School has designed a device for breast cancer patients to protect their non-treated breast while undergoing radiotherapy treatment.
See how these Aussie primary school students from Holy Family Primary School, NSW, have designed robot orcas aimed at deterring sharks from beach waters.
Swirlesque - the bluetooth glove
16 year old Jake Coppinger has created Swirlesque, a glove that uses Bluetooth to connect to devices.
The power of the sun
Year 7 Maya and Max, from International Grammar School in Sydney, created a solar-powered self-watering gardening system to assist with Maya's mum's lack of a green thumb!
LEGO Rubik's Cube solver
This clever student made and coded an EV3 robot with all the possible algorithms to solve the cube for their Genius Hour project. The EV3 scans the cube first with a colour sensor then uses the algorithms which have been entered as code to solve the cube - simple!
The Tortoise and the Hare
See how Daniel, Sarah and Emily of Doncaster Gardens Primary School reenacted the story of the Tortoise and the Hare using 3D printed Cannybot robots.
Ashkaan, Ahmed and Jon from Doncaster Gardens Primary School used their Hour of Code to make a keyboard with Arduino.
Swift Playgrounds remote-controlled car
See how Oskar Leja uses the Swift Playgrounds app to code the movements and lights of his remote-controlled car that he created (video at bottom of webpage).
Apple App designer - all before the age of eleven!
Melbourne school girl, Anvitha Vijay, wanted to design an app that would help her two year old sister identify animals. It wasn't long before her app - Smartkins Animals - caught the eye of Apple. See how she designed and created her app here and her plans for the future here.