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Short videos (“Submissions”) must display engineering achievements serving human welfare and the needs of society. For the purposes of the competition, engineering is an original creation, “creating what never was,” serving people and society. The total duration of the video must not exceed 2 minutes (including titles and credits) and videos between 1 and 2 minutes are expected.
Submissions may utilize all production techniques and genres (e.g., animation, documentary, drama, experimental or artist video, and hybrid work) at the discretion of the contestant, and must be entirely uploadable to You Tube.
Non-English language entries or any sections containing non-English dialogue must include English subtitles.
To submit a video, entrants must complete the online Entry Form.
Video submissions will be accepted from an eligible individual or from the designated individual representative of a team. Each entrant is solely responsible for the information, data, text, software, music, sound, photographs, graphics, video, messages, tags, and other materials included in the Submission, whether publicly posted or privately transmitted. A Submission must be original and the entrant must (1) hold all necessary rights to all the materials, images, videos, graphics and information in the Submission or (2) have permission from the holder of such rights, or (3) the materials, images, videos, graphics and information in the Submission must be in the public domain. A Submission may not contain offensive, libelous, sexually explicit, disparaging or other inappropriate content and may not defame or otherwise violate the rights, copyrights, trademarks, or rights of publicity, privacy, or reputation of any third party. A Submission may not contain any material to promote sale of a product or service.