BIMA D-Day YouTube Challenge sneak peek: 'I think the coolest digital idea in the world would be…'

By Jennifer Faull | Deputy Editor


BIMA D-Day article

October 10, 2013 | 2 min read

Here's a taster of some of the weird and wonderful videos to be submitted to the BIMA D-Day challenge set by famous YouTuber Crabstickz.

BIMA's Digital Day, or D-Day, is the exciting initiative from BIMA in association with The Drum that promotes digital careers to thousands of young people across the UK by sending experts from top digital agencies into schools.

Today, challenges around app building, coding and social media were set, with some great ideas being suggested and some even becoming reality. In between the planning and presentations, the YouTube blogger with half a million fans, Crabstickz, asked the school pupils to submit a video to @BIMADDAY finishing the sentence “I think the coolest digital idea in the world would be…”

All of the videos submitted will be watched by The Drum's Dadi Awards judges, with the most impressive being given prizes at tonight's Dadi Awards celebrating the cream of the digital industry crop.

A shrinking car

A virtual world

A watch that changes clothes

A translation collar for a Guinea Pig

A digital bus station

A card that records memories

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