The winner of the programming competition, showed at the EuroPython 2014 conference in Berlin his results. A short presentation inlcuding a movie about and an interview were given.

The German Python Software Verband (PySV), started a programming contest, called PyMove3D using the popular 3D rendering software Blender as a platform for teaching programming.

On Monday, the EuroPython conference started with the prize ceremony of the this years contest.

The winner of PyMove3D 2014 was Mika Greif, a thirteen years old boy, who modelled an icicle cave where water drops from icicles forming stalagmites on the ground.


Mika a 13 years old schoolar student showed a 3D Icicle Cave


The award ceremony