Congratulations to the first Student Project Award Winners


Student Project Award is the recognition of academic excellence, the fostering of peer learning, collaboration, and community, the encouragement of innovation and creativity, and the promotion of active learning and project-based learning. This year, three groups of students who demonstrated their strive in solving various problems in learning with aid of technology. Two of the groups were formed by different departments, resulting in projects with interdisciplinary objectives. All students demonstrated their meticulousness in solving the core issues of the problems they found and provided practical solutions.


2022/23 Student Project Award Winners

The Real Surrealism Masterpiece: Salvador Dalí versus the Artificial Intelligence

Chan Ying Yuet (Department of Chinese Language and Literature)
Cheung Hoi Yi (Department of Chinese Language and Literature)
Chan Tsz Hin (Department of Counselling and Psychology)

This project designed an exhibition that includes both Salvador Dalí's original artworks and artworks generated by artificial intelligence. Dali’s works and Al-generated works were mixed and randomly placed on site. The aim of the exhibition is to increase public understanding of surrealist art, raise public awareness of surrealist art, and provoke critical reflection on the impact of AI on artistic practice.


Zheng He's Voyages to the West and the Ming Dynasty Defense Construction

Fu Wing Yu (Department of History)
Lin Jian Ye (Department of History)
Wong Hoi Yan (Department of History)
Lee Chung Ming (Department of History)

This project aims to enhance secondary school students' interest in learning Chinese History through the use of open educational resources (OER) in the form of a website. This project stands out with its integration of immersive technologies such as AR and VR. With these technologies, users can learn about the Great Wall of the Ming Dynasty, one of the most important defence constructions in the Ming Dynasty, explore Zheng He's voyages, and discover the routes Zheng He has traveled.


Adoption and Use of Digital Technologies in Museums: A Case Study of Hong Kong Palace Museum

Ma Tsz Lui (Department of History)
Ning Chao (Department of Accounting)
Wu Yihan (Department of Accounting)
Chen Jing (Department of Accounting)
Wang Jiani (Department of Accounting)

The project reflected on the adoption and use of digital technologies in museums through a case study of the Hong Kong Palace Museum. Quantitative analysis was used to assess the attractiveness of all digital devices in eight galleries. The study helps to assess the achievements and shortcomings of different digital technologies in the Hong Kong Palace Museum.


Watch this interview to know more about their projects:


ALTO | 28 FEB 2024