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DMC Opens Registration for DMX Competition

The Digital Media Exchange is a regional competition that offers Central Texas high school students a chance to showcase their digital media projects to industry professionals, educators, and community leaders. Student projects are evaluated on product quality and design and presentation skills. Ten projects in each category will be chosen to compete at the DMX Competition on Saturday, May 16th.

At the DMX Competition event, the top three teams in each category receive blue ribbon awards and they and their classrooms receive software and hardware packages to improve their digital production capabilities.
Teams will present their projects to a panel of judges and have 5 minutes to present on the development process.

Beginning in February 2009, students will have about 12 weeks to:
Develop one or more creative technology projects
Create a presentation to deliver to a panel of judges

Rules & Regulations

Students can submit projects in multiple categories, but each team or individual will only be invited to compete in one category.

Video games


2D Digital Art/Photography



Community Service

Team Size

A team must consist of at least 2 students. For video games, teams cannot be larger than 12 students. To be eligible, students must be in 9th-12th grade.


Students can ONLY compete as individuals or teams in the Animation, 2D digital art, and Community Service categories.

Individuals who submit their own projects cannot have worked in collaboration during any part of the process.

DMX Important dates:

March 1, 2009
Registration opens
May 1, 2009
Registration closes
All materials must be submitted
May 16, 2009
DMX Competition

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