The resources included learning and activity packs. These highlight the importance of intellectual property in the children’s designs.
More than 1500 youngsters took part in the competition, from all over the Uk. Taking their inspiration from Wallace & Gromit to create their helpful and unusual designs.
Dominic Marday, aged 11, from London came up with the winning entry, called Literation. A robot that moves around looking for rubbish, eats the rubbish and sorts it for recycling.
The winning entry will feature in the new Wallace & Gromit augmented reality adventure. Called “The Big Fix Up”, will be a new foray in the world of augmented reality for the duo. Fans will see them in their latest business venture, Spick and Spanners, as they take on a contact to “Fix Up” Bristol.
The new activity will launched on 18 January 202. It will bring Wallace and Gromit to life in an entirely new way. You will be able to download a free app, play along at home and step directly into the world of Wallace & Gromit.