For the months of March and April, the Challenge Council prompted Khan Academy’s Computer Science community to create a program which represented what a Utopia -- or a perfect (and sometimes futuristic) society, place, or world -- would look like to them. Users created games, graphics, animations, and interactive slideshows showing their visions of ideal places to live, and some even created programs to show the upsides and downsides to them.
Below are the winning entries for this contest, along with the judge’s comments. Congratulations and thank you to all of the participants for their hard work and effort!
-- Challenge Council Member Allison (tAG54)
Created By: Jam0708
Why we chose this program: This animation/short film is very well put together! It tells a nice story, has great transitions, and includes excellent visuals and animations!
Created By: Admiral Betasin
Why we chose this program: The high-quality graphics and blended colors are excellent in this program!
Created By: Gray Wolf 🐺
Why we chose this program: This is a very well-made graphic with cool animated elements. The colors and designs are very well thought out and look amazing!
Created By: SavannahRW01
Why we chose this program: This program gave users two "paths" to choose from, and both had beautiful graphics, great information, and advanced shapes!
Created By: ＶＵＬＴＵＲＮＵＳ
Why we chose this program: This is a very creative and well put-together graphic, with clean and commented code!
Created By: William Wang [King]
Why we chose this program: Beautifully made graphic with lots of great information! The detail is very impressive!
Created By: Bookworm Boy
Why we chose this program: This is a nice animated graphic with well-commented code! A very nice layout with some added creativity and futuristic animation.
Created By: Colored Feather 😜
Why we chose this program: This is a very fun and colorful graphic! The use of the camera to lead into the image of the utopia was very creative. Well-commented and organized code!
Created By: Σℓḛḿḛהּ†ɑℓ ῬႬσḛהּḭẋ
Why we chose this program: This program was very well done, with well-commented code, complexity, and user interaction!