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Round 1 Prototype Awards will be given to select students to assist with prototype construction.
Round 2 Prototype Awards will be given to select students to assist with prototype construction.
Registration requires you to describe your idea and provide important background information. It also lets us know that you intend to compete for the InVenture Prize.
Open only to competition participants, judges, and the Georgia Tech community, the preliminary round is an open gallery round in which inventors pitch their ideas and judges score each invention.
A quick pitch competition where each student or student team goes on stage before a panel of judges and has five minutes to pitch their invention, followed by ten minutes for questions and comments from the judges.
In this televised round, the inventors of the final six inventions will each give a three minute presentation of their invention to a panel of expert judges before a live audience, followed by three minutes of Q&A.