September-November 2008: Seventh Computer Drawing Competition "My Estonia"
Liisi Grünberg (18),
|The seventh computer drawing competition, dedicated to the 90th Anniversary of the Estonian Republic, was launched on September 1st 2008. The competition ended on November 17th with 5270 pictures sent from schools all over Estonia.The winners were announced on November 28th 2008.
April-August 2008: Live Broadcasts from the Nests of Wild Birds
Winter 2007-2008: Live Broadcast from the Birdhouse and the Wild Animals Feeding Place
This winter the birdwatchers and everyone interested in the daily life of Estonia`s fledged inhabitants had the opportunity to observe their favourites online via EENet server. The camera watched a birds feeding house in Otepää, under the office windows of Loodusemees Inc.
The picture album of Loodusemees
From January until April 2008 EENet broadcasted the wild animals feeding place in the woods of Tartu county. The place was being visited by a herd of wild boars and also a pair of raccoon dogs.
The picture was being brought to viewers by EENet server; more information about the joint project at www.looduskalender.ee
May-September 2007: Sixth Computer Drawing Competition "Please Draw Me A Researcher"As the entire European community celebrated Researchers` Night on 28 September, the young (and young at heart) in Estonia were asked to draw a picture of a real scientist of their own.
| As a result, 3333 pictures from 181 schools were submitted, and after long and difficult discussions the jury decided upon the following:
Mari-Ann Piht (18), Tallinna Reaalkool
The competition was organised by EENet and the Science Centre AHHAA.
Competition website (in Estonian)
April-August 2007: Black Storks Online
|Nature enthusiasts were invited to observe the unfolding family drama it the nest of the Estonian black stork pair, Tony and Donna, listen to the sounds of the forest around the nest, read updates in the daily chronicle, and view pictures from the storks' 'family album'.
The viewers could closely monitor, how the eggs were laid and hatched and three chicks brought up. The live broadcast was surprisingly popular, with hundreds of viewers (at height) from all over the world.
The event was organised by the project team EAGLELIFE, the live video stream brought to the viewers by EENet server and the Internet connection from the nest to the server built by Kernel.