Intelcasemods Intel Case Modding Competition Finalists

Intel Technology Asia has named nine Intel®
Case-Mod Competition finalists in Singapore’s first case-modding competition.
Case-modding is a growing global phenomenon where users use their imagination
and technical prowess to modify the look of their PC. Finalists in the Intel
Case-Mod Competition were chosen for their creativity in transforming the
traditional beige box into eye-catching designs including a pyramid, a windmill
and a guitar. The finalists were chosen based on their description and concept
sketches of their project, including the unique features, the processor used and
why a high-performance processor enhances the value of the mod design.

VR-Zone Team got into the final with our Guitar
PC mod so wish us all the best and to the rest of the contestants too!

Start voting now!


Austin01 s Intel Case Modding Competition Finalists

Austin Tan Ghee Tuck
Project Title: CLITD (Computer, Lamp in Table Design)


Machine 01 s Intel Case Modding Competition Finalists

Chester Chen
Project Title: MEGaBytE


terence01 s Intel Case Modding Competition Finalists

Terence Lee (VR-Zone
Team!)

Project Title: Guitar PC


Francis Ong 01 s Intel Case Modding Competition Finalists

Christian Francis S.
Ong (Chip Magazine Singapore)

Project Title: Pandora’s Media Box


Iskandhar Shahril 01 s Intel Case Modding Competition Finalists

Iskandhar Shahril (Wolfie
from Virtual Hideout)

Project Title: Project Serenity


Richie Wong 02 s Intel Case Modding Competition Finalists

Richie Wong
Project Title: Fire Hose Reel


Windmill 023 s Intel Case Modding Competition Finalists

Moh Boon Howe
Project Title: The Windmill PC


Vincent Koh 01 s Intel Case Modding Competition Finalists

Vincent Koh Chaik
Chuan

Project Title: Temple of the King


Table 01 s Intel Case Modding Competition Finalists

Johan Jerome Klassen
Project Title: Out-of-the-box PC cum Table

Intel Technology Asia has named nine Intel® Case-Mod
Competition finalists in Singapore’s first case-modding competition. Case-modding
is a growing global phenomenon where users use their imagination and technical
prowess to modify the look of their PC. Finalists in the Intel Case-Mod
Competition were chosen for their creativity in transforming the traditional
beige box into eye-catching designs including a pyramid, a windmill and a
guitar.

“Singaporeans are becoming increasingly technically sophisticated and creative,”
said Lai Yit Loong, country manager, Intel Technology Asia. “Through this case-modding
contest, Intel wants to attract, encourage, reward and showcase the most
creative Singaporean case-modding efforts.”

The case-mods will be showcased and judged at Sim Lim Square on Saturday, Feb
21, 2004. Representatives from Intel, Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts, National
Arts Council, National University of Singapore, the Singapore Science Centre and
Temasek Polytechnic will judge the entries on creativity/originality (30%),
technical difficulty (20%), workmanship (20%), functionality and performance
(20%), and completeness (10%).

The finalists were chosen based on their description and concept sketches of
their project, including the unique features, the processor used and why a
high-performance processor enhances the value of the mod design.

The finalists are competing to win the top prize of an Intel ® Pentium ®4
Processor supporting Hyper-threading* Extreme Edition at 3.2 Ghz, a Intel
Desktop Board D875PBZ motherboard plus S$ 1,000 gift voucher. The second- to
ninth-place prizes consist of gift vouchers of various value.

“We also invite all Singaporeans to vote for the nation’s most creative PC-Modder
through an online voting competition February 13-20,” Lai said. “The completed
case-mods can be viewed online from tomorrow at the official contest website.”
The website for viewing the modders and to vote is
www.intel.com/sg/casemod

Singaporeans who participate in the online voting segment, the Viewers’ Choice
Contest, may also win a prize. All online votes for the same entrant that the
judges award as the winner will be put into a lucky draw for an Intel Pentium 4
Processor supporting Hyper-threading 3.2 Ghz and one Intel Desktop Board D875PBZ
motherboard. Two other winners will receive S$ 200 gift voucher prizes.

 

VR-Zone Team got into the final with our Guitar
PC mod so wish us all the best and to the rest of the contestants too!

Start voting now!