The Touch & Tablet Accessibility Award is designed to challenge teams to create a new education application that uses touch and tablet technology while expanding the possibilities about how a user interacts with the computer. The application should implement accessible technology to empower people with disabilities, temporary difficulties, or anyone with the desire to personalize their user experience. Teams must develop a solution that effectively integrates the use of touch and tablet technology to enable students with disabilities to improve their learning results.

First Prize: $8,000 USD and a Lenovo tablet (ARV $1879 USD)
Second Prize: $4,000 USD and a Lenovo laptop (ARV $569 USD)

Open to students around the world, the Imagine Cup is a serious challenge that draws serious talent, and the competition is intense. The contest spans a year, beginning with local, regional and online contests whose winners go on to attend the Worldwide Finals held in a different location every year.  The intensity of the work brings students together, and motivates the competitors to give it their all. The bonds formed here often last well beyond the competition itself.

Each year the Finals are held in a different city of the world. Past Worldwide Finals include Cairo, Egypt (2009); Paris, France (2008); Seoul, South Korea (2007); Delhi, India (2006); Yokohama, Japan (2005); Sao Paulo, Brazil (2004); and Barcelona, Spain (2003). The Imagine Cup 2010 Worldwide Finals will be held in Warsaw, Poland.