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  1. Video for New app for those willing to take on the Hākarimata track
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    New app for those willing to take on the Hākarimata track

    The app will educate visitors about the history of the area and its importance to the people of Ngāti Tamainupoo and Ngāti Maahuta.

  2. Video for Igniting innovative Māori ideas in the digital space
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    Igniting innovative Māori ideas in the digital space

    The DIGMYIDEA innovation challenge has named its two winners for 2018.  $10,000 in support has been awarded to the two initiatives to help them bring their business ideas to fruition.

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    Māori could be tech industry game-changers

    Māori are being touted as potential game-changers in the technology economy.

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    Gaming no longer child's play

    Multimedia gaming- It's everywhere but it's no longer child's play.  This week, the World Health Organisation declared gaming addiction to be a mental disorder. 

  5. Video for Whiz kids reach for the stars
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    Whiz kids reach for the stars

    Palmerston North’s Tairea brothers are proof that Māori have all the makings of becoming superstars in the technology industry.

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    Wintec incorporates taonga puoro into Matariki project

    Norefjell Davis, a third-year Media Arts student at Wintec, is working with traditional Māori specialist Horomona Horo to create an app for the Matariki Interactive Waka Sculpture where contemporary expression of taonga puoro will be part of it.

  7. Video for Grooming tech-based and innovative ideas
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    Grooming tech-based and innovative ideas

    Ten finalists have been selected for the DIGMYDIEA Innovation Challenge, competing for a $10,000 worth of support to make their ideas become a reality. Te Kāea caught up with two of the hopeful participants vying for the top spot.

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    Prize-winning computer game embraces te reo

    Grabity is a prize-winning PC game developed in New Zealand by programmer Steve Salmond and 2D/3D artist and animator Moritz Schlitter. They also came up with the concept of translating the game into te reo Māori and say that they want to embrace Te Reo in the modern age of technology.   

  9. Video for RoboPa gives youth pathway to technology
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    RoboPa gives youth pathway to technology

    RoboPa is a maker-space where Māori youth can access technologies, coding, and equipment. Students from various schools will engage in computer tasks designed to challenge them to solve problems in a team environment.   

  10. Video for Māori tech companies invite fresh thinking
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    Māori tech companies invite fresh thinking

    Hack Tairāwhiti brings Māori tech companies together in Gisborne with others within the industry to find external solutions to in-house challenges. 

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