Creative projects displayed at InnoCarnival 2015

Michael Gibb

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Seven projects from City University of Hong Kong (CityU) were displayed at InnoCarnival 2015.
Projects included Dragon Dance, Foggy 3D, Wearable Canvas, Sound Meat, Virtual Reality "CityU Escape", Smart Sky Wheel, and Green-Tag for Food Quality. The target audience was mainly primary and secondary school students. In addition, Professor Michael Lam Hon-wah of the Department of Biology and Chemistry gave a talk on new developments in chemo- /biosensing technologies for food surveillance on 4 November.
Mr Gregory So Kam-leung, Secretary for Commerce and Economic Development, Ms Annie Choi Suk-han, the new Director of the Innovation and Technology Commission, Legislative Council member Ms Elizabeth Quat Pui-fan, and Executive Council member Dr Nicholas Yang Wei-hsiung visited the CityU booth.
InnoCarnival 2015, held between 31 October and 8 November, was organised by the Innovation and Technology Commission of the HKSAR Government.


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