Monday, April 1, 2013

10 Brilliant Young Innovators

10 Brilliant Young Innovators:
The younger the work. The sentence seems squarely aimed at young children, but able wowed the world with numerous works and achievements presented.

Why say relatively young, as indeed are the technocrats is age not more than 15 years. Reported by Mashable, here are 10 Innovators Little World from age seven to 15 years, ranging from games to anti-bullying application, which they created, and managed to make the eyes of the astonished made.



1. Nick D'Aloisio
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At the age of 15 years old, Nick D'Aloisio created TRIMIT is an iOS app that can summarize web content to make it more concise for use in a variety of social media such as Twitter, Facebook, and Tumblr.

Fast Company attract D'Aloisio for one month to develop a study on the application of the algorithm. Usually the type of research that takes millions of dollars is performed for the Master program (S2) and doctoral (S3).


2. Thomas Suarez
howtosoflife.blogspot.com
12-year-old scientist was admitted, this time a lot of kids who were just happy to play games, but they also love to create their own picture.

That is, what we have seen done Suerez. Not only that, he also founded his own company, Carrot Corp and has created several iOS applications. One of them is Earth Fortune, which only shows the different colors of the planet by lucky players.

Applications are creations of the most successful game featuring artist Justin Bieber in the game Whac-a-Mole. Thanks to his creativity, he won the Tribeca Disruptive Innovation Award in 2012 ago.



3. Aaron Sonson, Satwant Singh, and Gregory Paczkowski
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The three teens are creating applications "Stop & Go" is an application that allows teens to share experiences ever ticketed by police, find the necessary information on rights record and allow the user to map quest they need.

The idea stemmed from the application of each of the teenagers from London's ever pulled over many times and searched by police. They say on the website that they created the "Stop & Go" in the hope of bringing transparency and fairness in the procedure.



4. Steven Gonzalez Jr..
When the 12-year-old Steven Gonzalez Jr.. diagnosed with Acute Myelogenous Leukemia disease, which is one of the rare deadly cancer. The doctor said that he only has a 2 percent chance of survival. However, he could break the doctor's diagnosis and survived, although his immune system was weak. So that forced her into isolation for 100 days.

After Gonzalez recovered, he wants to help other cancer patients age, so he created the game "Play Against Cancer". In the game, players destroy the cancer cells are depicted with green ghost. In addition, he also developed "The Survivor Games", ie social networks and online communities adolescent cancer patients.



5. Team 2 (Res-Q)
Applications "Stop & Go" is not only the innovative ideas, but also inspire Team 2-the-Res-Q consists of four 14-year-old girl. They develop "CyberMentors" ie applications that focus on non-violent young people to build self esteem and improve the safety of those who are victims of violence.

CyberMentors includes personal messaging feature that allows users to talk to CyberMentor directly on the experiences of mistreatment.

The team is working with Fuerte International, which is a mobile production agency based in London, to be able to develop this application. CyberMentors available in the Android Market and web based social platforms.



6. Daniel Chao

Last year, when Daniel Chao sits in fifth grade and 10 years old, he found that the application can record how much reading has been done in the past month.

Therefore the application called iRead Monthly that allows students to click on a certain date and enter the number of minutes that he used to read that day. At the end of the month, students can send a report via e-mail to their teacher.

Chao told CBS Denver that he was proud and pleased application is received by Apple though usiany still very young.



7. Zora Ball
  www.heavy.com
At the age of seven years, Zora Ball including the youngest person to develop a mobile game application. At that time he participated as one of the participants of programming languages ​​at the University of Pennsylvania's FATE Bootstrap Expo in December 2012 for the age category 12 to 16 years.

According to the Philadelphia Tribune, the first class programmer will be able to reconfigure the applications that have been made and Zora managed so as to prove that he is doing all the work itself.



8. Lim Ding Wen
www.geek.com
In 2009, when the programmer Nine-year-old from Singapore, Lim Ding Wen made the application virtual painting to be enjoyed by younger siblings. This application called Doodle Kids, and has been approved by Apple. Doodle Kids using simple movements that mimic existing image.

Lim who is fluent in six programming languages ​​has completed dozens of projects. In August 2012, he is working on two new projects, including the first 3D game.



9. Zach Marks
www.thehollywoodgossip.com
When Zach Marks was 11 years old, asked registered Facebook using aged parents. Since Facebook has a minimum age limit of 13 years. After his parents scold him, he decided to create its own social network that is safe for his age called Social Grom.

In December 2012, USA Today reported, Marks site is viewed by 2000 visitors with approximately 6000 page views every day. It's pretty impressive, considering Social Groom originally known only by word of mouth alone.

Social Groom has different features, such as "Gaming", "Entertainment", and "Health & Fitness" and has a forum that contains anti against violence, abuse of drugs, and cigarettes.



10. Santiago Gonzalez
At the age of just 14 years old at that time, Santiago Gonzalez has created an attractive 15 iOS apps, including educational games. Super Slide Puzzle, for example, which lets users rearrange the scattered pieces of photo options.

Moreover, it allows users to play with friends by using the "built-in voice chat". There is also a Space - Solar System, which allows users to learn more about the solar system.

Gonzalez's genius was not only in the application that he created it, but also in the academic field. At the age of just 16 he had graduated from college. Even at the age of 17, he received a Master's degree in computer science. Awesome.

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