#Final date for submissions has been reached, no more submissions will be accepted#
Melbourne Indesign - Integ competition 2016
There will be two separate competitions being run, one for students and the other for professionals.
1. Download the Integ parts for the Indesign competition here - Integ Parts
2. Create a workspace productivity setup using at least one of the Integ parts - Be creative! (It could be as simple as one monitor on a desk or as complicated as an airport control tower setup with multiple screens. It could be a freestanding/mobile assembly or hanging from the ceiling. It could use Linak motors to move up and down at the push of the switch or have power/data/usb built in)
3. Email your workspace design to Indesigncompetition@integinternational.com. Include your name, contact details and which college/university/company you are with.
- The Integ parts have been simplified to make the files easier to download. This may have removed mounting holes or made it look like something wont fit when it actually does. As long as it looks like it may be able to go together then go for it.
- Feel free to model your own parts. As long is there is at least one Integ part in the final assembly then it will be accepted.
- Nothing needs to be completely resolved, close enough is good enough. e.g. If you wanted to put two posts side by side and have another post going horizontally between them then all that would need to be modelled is a basic adapter to join them, as long as it is clear what the adapter is doing then it will be accepted.
- The two larger poles (Apollo6, the one with six slots, and the Apollo4 Power+, the one with four slots) have an opening which allows power and data fittings to be pushed in. The rest of the empty space is covered by a duct cover which can be any length (though only one length is shown in the Integ Parts).
- Submissions must be in by 1st October 2016