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First prize in "Kinetis 1st anniversary contest" won by our student


First prize in "Kinetis 1st anniversary contest" won by our student

Program named “Science fiction real time voice modulator” implemented by David Obrycki, student of the 4th year of Computer Science in the Institute of Computer Science, Warsaw University of Technology won the first prize in “Kinetis 1st Anniversary Contest” organized by Arrow company.

The first prize - multifunction iPad device - was handed over during seminar “Designing with Freescale Market Solution Seminar Poland” held on May 23rd 2012 in Warsaw.

Mr Obrycki developed winning program working on Digital Signal Processors course project using  KwikStik-K40 Development Tool with Freescale Kinetis K-40 processor (MK40X256VLQ100).

Program called “Science fiction real time voice modulator” produces modified speaker's voice imitating Star Wars movie effects.

Presentation of the program can be found under address

Solemn hand over of the prize by organizer

Last modified: Wednesday, June 6, 2012 - 1:48:40 PM, Bożenna Skalska

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