A talented Multimedia graduate picked up two awards at a top talent festival held in Austria.
Luke McSorley received the Best in Europe Award in the Mobile Contents category and came top overall to win the Best of Europrix award in Graz last week.
The Europrix Top Talent Award Festival is a contest for young professionals and students who work on innovative projects in the field of e-contents and design.
Luke, who graduated with a First Class Honours in Interactive Multimedia from Staffs Uni this year, created ‘Where to Climb’, an updateable website and mobile application which offers climbers access to climbing guides all over Britain.
The site allows users to contribute, add and update the guides and chat with other climbers around the country.
It came top of 21 nominated projects from 278 eligible entries.
Luke was joined on stage by senior lecturers Colin Chambers, Lesley Drumm and David De-Leuw to accept the award.
Another Interactive Multimedia graduate, Sam Hassan, was also nominated in the Interactive Installations and Interactive TV category for his system, which allows viewers to express their opinions on the television programme they are watching.
Sam has also been nominated for the British Interactive Multimedia Awards which will be held on Thursday Nov 29.
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