Beijing, 26th July, 2017 (BISTU)--- BISTU celebrates a series of awards on the 4th National Virtual Instruments Contest in 2017, including Color Mixture 3D Print System supervised by Shen Bingxia of School of Communication Engineering winning 1st Prize in Frontier Engineering, and Motion Sensor-based Human-Machine Emotion Catharsis System and Quality Life---Private Oxygen Supplier supervised by Guo Yangkuan and Zhang Xiaoqing of School of Instrumentation Science and Opto-electronics Engineering respectively winning 2nd Prize of Software and 3rd Prize of Incubation of Innovation. BISTU is awarded Organizer of Excellence.
Print Dream team is composed of undergraduates Guan Yupeng and Zhang Yu from School of Communication Engineering and Fu Ziang from School of Computer Science. They have started the preparation since November 2016 and finally produced a complete solution of color mixture 3D printing including color set, preview of 3D printing, color mixture 3D printing, moderating printers, and online supervision. The 3D printing is finally achieved without changing print head, consumables, post-processing, and 3D printing of one-step forming with multi-colors and gradient colors. The Team wins applauses and praises from judges, company managers, reporters, and students from other universities with its “extremely beautiful presence” of 3D printing products.
Five students of School of Instrumentation Science and Opto-electronics Engineering, i.e., Wang Yue, Wang Yazhou, Pang Xinrui, Meng Shuai, and Liu Xiaolong, form Little Sun team with their product Motion Sensor-based Human-Machine Emotion Catharsis System. It includes shouting, confessing, beating up, Kara Ok playing, voice communication, etc. to help release emotional stress. Judges as well as spectators are interested in experiencing this new system in person. Official Wechat of China Instrument and Control Society specially points out that this product is “to be widely applied to relating areas”.
Another team of School of Instrumentation Science and Opto-electronics Engineering, Sky Rhythm, is composed of Zhang Yan, Wang Meng, Liu Xingyu, Huang Jiaxing, and Ji Songsong. With Quality Life---Private Oxygen Supplier, they win a 3rd prize.
Since the first National Virtual Instruments Contest held in 2011, the Contest has accommodated over 4,000 teams from 500-odd universities in three sessions held respectively by Tsinghua University, Tianjin University, and Harbin Institute of Technology. It is now the most authoritative, the most influential science and technology innovation contest for university students in the area of virtual instruments. Software and Incubation of Innovation are firstly established, attracting 925 teams from 158 institutions nationwide. The final on July 17th sees 61 teams from 45 universities of mainland and Taiwan area and a number of prizes are awarded, i.e., 1 Grand Prize, 5 First Prizes, 10 Second Prizes, 45 Third Prize, and 5 Organizers of Excellence.