Previous digIT Projects

Part of the digIT program includes students working on a project with their mentor over the six month period between the two residential camps.

The content below has been posted with permission from the students, and is an example of some of the previous projects undertaken by digIT students.


  1. Rayyan Baig (awarded: ‘Young Engineer 2018’ at the Tasmanian Science and Engineering Awards for the North West Tasmania)

Rayyan built a Pharmacy App, the App helps to keep track of user’s pharmaceutical requirements and medical support information.

  1. Adrian Kong

Adrian reverse engineered the Hungry Jacks Shake and Win app by using Used Apkstudio and Android Studio for debugging and modification of bytecode.

  1. Ruby Landon

Experimented with input devices, Ruby designed a simple system of four input buttons. Three physical and one on a mobile phone, that when pressed, could send a message to the 4 different services.

  1. Gabrielle Moffat

Gabrielle designed, built and programmed a semi-robotic hand using lego minestorm, she also designed a website to showcase her project work, click here to view


For his project, Deacon created a newtonian gravity simulator, using Python 3.6.0.

In the July camp, he presented his project by recording himself using the simulator and demonstrating how it works.

For his project, Julian built a home network and revised his set up over the course of 6 months to optimise it for his own use. He also shows off some other projects he built over the course of the program.

At the July camp, he used this video to supplement his presentation to a group of mentors and other students.

For their project, Martin, Kade and Winston created a game called ‘Awesome-Llama’.

They used this trailer to talk through their project when they presented their project at the July camp.

For their project, Noah and Sam built and programmed a robotic arm, including 3D printing different components of their design.

At the July camp, they used these slides to supplement their presentation to a group of mentors and other students.