Peoples Choice Award and Give Away
The People's Choice award is given to the exhibit that gathers the most votes from the VCF attendees. All visitors are called to name their favorite display. The following prizes are given to the top 3 nominees:
(Achtung: This list may be changed or extended any time until the final moment) To participate, every visitor will receive a vote form with his ticket, to mark the 'best' display or project. The vote is to be deployed at the polling station near the exit. Possible criteria's for the selection are:
| First: || tbd |
| Second: || LCD Game |
| Third: || Bubble Memory Module |
There is no wrong or right, just the personal impression. If you also add your name and address, you will participate in a drawing of a classic home computer.
- Kreative use of technology
- or maybe just the overboarding enthusiasm of the exhibitor :)
On Sunday one person will be drawn out of the votes to receive a classic homecomputer as a gift.
- Only votes with a recognizable name are eligible.
- The vote has to name a display as favorite.
- Only votes deployed by 1600 are eligible for each respective days drawing.
- Votes deployed on Saturday after 1600 will be put into the Sunday drawing.
- Votes deployed after 1600 on Sunday will not eligible to participate at all.
- If there is no address (or other possible way of contact) on the vote form, a time of 15 minutes will be given to the winner to report to the drawing committee. If no response is received within 15 minutes the price will be void. The VCFe organization may decide to perform a new drawing.
- There is no legal claim in any way possible.
- Since the called prize will be a unit more than 10 years of age and used, no liability or guarantee of function will be given. It is also likely that any manufacturers guarantee is void.
- Of the same reason no statement about completeness, original condition or state of preservation will be given.
- Please note that the units may be of US-American origin and therefore made to be use at 120V. A direct use in an 240V Environment is NOT possible.
- Also it is likely that this units are designed to work only with NTSC displays. A use with PAL or SECAM TV sets may produce undesirable effects.
- In case of dispute the German rules are to be used.