Auckland teens take out national technology awards
Two Auckland teenagers have wowed judges with their inventions at a national technology competition.
Brian Kitchen, 13, invented a laser scanner that creates 3D models of lava caves and Kate McIntosh, 12, created a wireless whistle to help hearing-impaired athletes play team sports.
The students were both awarded the supreme innovator title at the Bright Sparks competition's 17th annual prizegiving at Auckland's waterfront on Tuesday night.
- Shani Williams, Stuff
8th November 2017