The program used at the don bosco exhibition of 1993 (which remained
used for a number of years) was written by me. The concept is
simple: people visiting the exhibition could test their knowledge
of mathematics. They got 30 questions, the one with the highest score
got a prize (or something like that). The program itsel is as simple as
the concept. Every question is represented as a picture. The program
will show these pictures and ask which answer is correct.
Impressive about this entire concept is the amount of questions that
were typed in by students: 700. Below, all questions are still present.
The answers are left as an exercise to the reader :)
Aside from the program to ask the questions also an animation was made
to attract attention. This animation consisted of morphing the
mathematic teachers spanning the 6 years. Of course, in the typical
Van-Bellian obsessive 'I-NEED-to-make-it-funny' way some adaptations
were made. The first teacher (Walravens) his head got chopped off. The
second teacher (Dendoven) didn't have any accident (_he_ was at that
time my mathematics teacher). The third one (Gillijns) got his head in
a rubber. The fourth one (Baut) got frozen. The fifth one (Deneve) got
squished and the last one (Denayer) got blown away.