A young boy ajusting the connection wires on his Coolest Project entry

coolest projects online 2021

Bring your tech idea to life and share your project with the world. Register your project by 3 May 2021!

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What is Coolest Projects Online?

Coolest Projects online is the world’s leading technology showcase for young people. If you enjoy making things with technology, Coolest Projects online is an amazing opportunity to get creative, have fun, and celebrate what you have made.

Your creation will be showcased in the Coolest Projects online gallery, for people all over the world to see! Coolest Projects online is free, it is open to anyone up to the age of 18, and you can join in wherever you are in the world.

Register Your Project

It's Easy to Take Part!

Whether your project is a work in progress, a prototype, or completely finished, you can join in! Register your project, then turn it into a reality and share it with the world in the Coolest Projects online showcase.

Getting Started Guide

Get Inspired

Explore the amazing projects in the Coolest Projects showcase gallery from 2020. Then register your own idea!

“I love to see the different projects and the people from all over the world, who come to show the things that inside are very similar but in practice are very different and have many different uses.”

Raul, Madrid

“I think it's a really good way to see other people’s projects and I think it has really helped me get a view of how much there is involved in building technology.”

George, UK

“To any kids that are looking to enter a project in Coolest Projects, I would definitely encourage them to go in with an open mind.”

Kavi, USA

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