Intel is sponsoring students from six design schools around the world to develop out-of-the-box ideas on computing as part of its Design Expo, reports Hard OCP. The effort complements Intel’s "Sponsors of Tomorrow" campaign and has the potential to impact the next generation of mobile computing. Student projects will illustrate creative ways to bridge design and technology across the areas of user interaction, industrial design, and mobile applications and solutions. Intel is working closely with design programs from California College of the Arts, Delft University of Technology, Georgia Institute of Technology, Royal College of Art, UCLA, and the University of Southern California on the project.
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