All 16 participants (eight teams with five nationalities plus four supporting staff members) of the TAHMO Final Challenge Nairobi 2013.
Rolf Hut from Delft University of Technology, the Netherlands, explaining the purpose of the TAHMO Final Challenge.
The participants of the TAHMO Final Challenge taking over the UX Lab at iHub in just a matter of minutes.
Participant Irene Jarrín Hernández from Spain [left] and supporting staff member Adam Gleave from Cambridge University, UK.
Participant James Marvellous Muganda from Zimbabwe focused on increasing the noise to signal ratio of his design of an electronic barometer.
Gilbert and Kenneth with their prototype: a flag that is used for measuring wind direction, wind speed and air temperature.
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