For the second year that we offered the BEST award we received five projects and awarded $1,950 in prizes. The place winners are highlighted below:
First Place ($1,100): Fractal Antennae
The first place winners for the 2013-2014 BEST award were Amelia Hammond and Aria Mason with their project that explored the properties of fractal antennas. They split the first prize of $1,100. The instructable that details their project can be found here.
Second Place ($600): How Sorcery Story Was Made
Miles Hammond won second place with his project that created a sprite based video game called Sorcery Story. The instructable that he wrote to document his project can be found here.
Third Place ($100): Double-Slit Experiment
Carson Kosloski won third place with his instructable demonstrating the dual particle wave nature of light with a laser pointer and a human hair. The instructable that he wrote can be found here.
Fourth Place ($75): Simple Potato Gun
Kyle Sattof placed fourth with his instructable detailing the build of a simple potato gun. The instructable that he wrote can be found here.
Fifth Place ($75): Pneumatic Cannon
Allen Bonk placed fifth with is his instructable detailing the build of a pneumatic cannon. The instructable that he wrote can be found here.