“From Chips to…” award

(The most innovative use of hardware)

This award looks for a company, project, organisation or individual that has created a new device, project or service that uses hardware in an innovative way. This could be in a creative, artistic or charitable field as well as purely commercial.

ultrahaptics2014 winner: Ultrahaptics

The judges said: ‘This is as close to magic as technology can come and the solution to ‘feel’ touch in mid-air has many practical applications. The company has made good progress in developing the tech and is ready to get commercial – next year will be an exciting ride!”

Also shortlisted:

Judged by:

rick-chapmanRick Chapman
High Tech Sector Specialist
Invest Bristol and Bath
bonnie_deanBonnie Dean
Chief executive
Bristol & Bath Science Park
ben-healdBen Heald
Sift Media
ian-robsonIan Robson
Head of T3, Science Uncovered & Computing Group
Future PLC
daryl-rushDaryl Rush
Country Director – UK