KEOLABS – STMicroelectronics design contest

Posted on Thursday, November 7th, 2013 in contest by the machinegeek

KEOLABS has announced the STM32 Chrom-ART Application Design Contest.

KEOLABS (supplier of Raisonance brand development tools) launched an application design contest in collaboration with STMicroelectronics.

Contest promotes the new STM32F429 with Chrom-ART graphics accelerator.

Contest is open to participants worldwide and prizes include $10 000 USD in cash awards.

Applications must be submitted between 30 January and 15 February 2014. Visit the contest info page for details and rules.

Via the contact form.

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7 Responses to “KEOLABS – STMicroelectronics design contest”

  1. hli says:

    Note that this contest requires purchasing either a STM32 board ($42 / 59 EUR) or an EvoPrimer ($114 / 154 EUR). No free hardware for this one…

  2. hli says:

    According to the info page, the STM32F429ZIT6U MCU target board is also OK (STM order number is STM3242IPRIM-D). See also

  3. Steve says:

    The contest entry form is online at:

    Participants can enter their projects until 15 Feb.

  4. Steve says:

    STM32 EvoPrimer Smart Phone Companion & Media Player Win KEOLABS’ STM32 Contest Top Awards

    Contest entries highlight STM32 Chrom-ART™ Graphics Accelerator, available at

    KEOLABS, supplier of the Raisonance brand application development tools, announced the winners of the STM32 Chrom-ART™ Application Design Contest – an open competition created in cooperation with STMicroelectronics for application designers using the STM32F429 microcontroller with Chrom-ART Graphics Accelerator™. This year’s $5000 Grand Prize went to SmartOpen4, a smart phone companion application that, like a smart watch, provides notifications and status updates about the smart phone that it connects to via Bluetooth. Second prize ($3000) and Third prize ($1000) went to ZP Video Player and the game RoboWarz respectively.

    Read the complete press release at:

    Applications including sources are available at

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