CREATE AN INSPIRATIONAL VIDEO ON INNOVATION IN THE NEXT 50 YEARS.
Focusing on topics like creative thought, scientific discoveries, business solutions and entrepreneurs, give them your vision of the unlimited possibilities that will shape our future. Or, highlight the advances that currently shape the way we live, work and play. Help us celebrate the power of the aha moment.
The Next 50 invites you to submit an inspirational short video, maximum length of two minutes, on innovation in the next 50 years.
Suggested video topics include creative thought, scientific discoveries, entrepreneurs and business solutions. Contestants may highlight the advances that currently shape the way we live, work and play; or they may introduce new technological paradigms for approaching future opportunities.
Acceptable video submissions will be screened for public voting live and online during Commerce and Innovation Economy Month.
• Register with the contest.
• Upload a video of up to two minutes visualizing the world’s potential in scientific discoveries, business solutions.
• Submit as many entries as you wish by the deadline, September 1st 2012.
• Entries must be original, using your own work or open copy-write material.
• A $5 fee enters your work into the competition.
• Then, invite your friends and family to vote for your video. In September, the top twenty videos will be judged by a panel of experts on the following four categories: content & creativity, inspiration, entertainment value and video quality.
This Contest is open only to residents of the United States or Canada. The following individuals are not eligible: (a) employees of Sponsor, employees of the Next 50, employees of the Seattle Center, or any of its independently owned authorized committee members, contractors or vendors; or (b) members of the immediate family of such person(s) and/or those living in the same household as such.
A panel of subject matter and technical experts will serve as the final arbiters, judging video submissions on content, creativity, quality, imagination, entertainment and popularity.
The creator of the winning video receives $5,000 and an all-expense-paid trip to Seattle for two. Four runners-up will receive prizes of $1,000.