Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex will host the fourth annual Intel-Cornell Cup competition May 1 and 2, with students from 17 universities showcasing new and innovative technology inventions. Students have the opportunity to win up to $10,000. All of the technology uses the latest Intel Galileo and Atom Development Boards and aims to address current needs in health, environment, disaster relief and more. A total of 22 inventions are competing this year.
Among the new inventions, Guests will find a 3D-printed, smart prosthetic arm, an automated hydroponic growing system, and autonomous vehicles. These will be on display in the Debus Conference Facility in Early Space Exploration at Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex and is included with admission.
Guests can also join the Expo Scavenger Hunt for a chance to win a small prize by visiting competition teams and vendor booths and answering all the trivia questions. Visitors can pick up an Expo Scavenger Hunt Passport from the Cornell Systems Engineering tent at the main entrance to the Visitor Complex.