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Neumont College of Computer Science Announces Project Showcase Winners

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Neumont College of Computer Science Announces Project Showcase Winners

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Neumont College of Computer Science is pleased to announce the winners of the most recent Project Showcase held Friday, September 1, 2017.

"Project Showcase is a microcosm of what we do at Neumont," says Neumont College of Computer Science President Shaun McAlmont. "The event highlights students' tech creations and provides a look at the ingenuity coming from our students who are ultimately the STEM-leaders of the future."

Justin Furtado took home the Audience Choice Award for his game, "Gemetary."

Justin Furtado took home the Audience Choice Award for his game, "Gemetary."

"Gemetary" by Justin Furtado took home the Audience Choice Award, for his infinite-maze game set in a cemetery of gems, where players are tasked with collecting as many treasures as possible while avoiding spiders, skeletons and exploding tombstones.

Kyle St. Amant's "Lost Light" was the runner-up in the gaming category. 

Kyle St. Amant's "Lost Light" was the runner-up in the gaming category. 

Additional award winners included "Lost Light," the runner-up in the gaming category by Kyle St. Amant, and winner Shawn McCuistion for "System Failure." "Lost Light" challenges players to scavenge for better equipment to survive in a mysterious world. "System Failure" is a 3D first-person shooter where a player must navigate randomly populated rooms to survive.

Shawn McCuistion's "System Failure" won the gaming category. 

Shawn McCuistion's "System Failure" won the gaming category. 

The non-gaming category ended in a tie between "Wine & Dine" by Sophie Wargo and "Hearth" by Mary Schultz, Ben Goff and Ryan Stead. 

"Hearth" developed by Ryan Stead, Ben Goff, and Mary Shultz tied with "Wine & Dine" for best app in the non-gaming category. 

"Hearth" developed by Ryan Stead, Ben Goff, and Mary Shultz tied with "Wine & Dine" for best app in the non-gaming category. 

"Wine & Dine" is a web application that takes in a user's food preferences, then generates a meal to cook (complete with ingredients and recipe). It also suggests a wine to pair with the meal based on flavors. "Hearth" is a recipe-sharing application across web and Android platforms, where users can create, share, review, save and store their favorite recipes.

Sophie Wargo's "Wine & Dine" tied with "Hearth" to win the non-gaming category.

Sophie Wargo's "Wine & Dine" tied with "Hearth" to win the non-gaming category.

Neumont College of Computer Science focuses on being the leader in computer science education. At its Salt Lake Citycampus, Neumont offers bachelor's degrees in software and game development, computer information systems, technology management, and web design and development. The college also hosts an online software development degree.

For more information about Project Showcase and Neumont College of Computer Science, visit www.neumont.edu.