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GMIT students scoop up design competition prizes

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11th April, 2016
Colin Gill with his G Tune. Pic: Marc O'Sullivan

Students at GMIT have taken joint first place at the Intel Galileo technology competition.

Intel Galileo is a third level technology competition open to all third level-registered undergraduate students in Ireland.

Colin Gill of GMIT designed the G Tune automatic guitar tuner, one of the winners at the final of the third level Intel Galileo competition.

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