The danger is not necessarily where you expect it to be. And especially for children: a kitchen, a living room or a bathroom can constitute a real danger for the youngest, who are not necessarily aware of what to do and what not to do.
So how do you make children aware of the potential dangers that surround them?
The goal for these students is to imagine digital tools to meet one or more of the eight Millennium Development Goals and imagine a world where technology helps us respond to the most crucial challenges of our society..
Their idea to make the youngest aware of their environment? A video-fun mobile application that allows children to play as Victor, a little green dinosaur, who takes them to encounter the dangers that surround them. Over the levels and different scenarios, the child learns to interact with the objects around him. And parents can then consult the answers given by their child to continue learning!
The project is led by Ludovic Roland, Thomas Lanquetin, Papa Moussa Ndour and Florian Humblot.
Also discover the other projects carried out within the framework of Imagine Cup 2012: