Samsung Electronics Australia has flown 24 students from South Australia’s Mount Burr to Vivid Sydney in an unforgettable journey that is all part of Samsung's effort to bridge Australia's STEM skill gap.
There's a day and a half of Vivid Sydney to go, with NSW TAFE students at the cutting edge of augmented reality sculptures, and there's still time to see one tonight (14 June).
Destination NSW has teamed up with Amazon to bring Alexa, the company’s rapidly growing voice service, to the world’s largest festival of light, music and ideas, Vivid Sydney.
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