3D For Good Challenge 2024

The 3D For Good Challenge 2024 is now open for applications!

3D For Good Challenge is a newly introduced competition for this year, with the theme of “Hong Kong Culture.” In teams of two to five members, participants need to create and sculpt models using software such as Nomad Sculpt, Blender or other 3D design platforms. The final works will be displayed after printing and coloring. Every school may nominate a maximum of 5 teams. This competition will also feature the “Teacher’s Most Participating Appreciation Award”, which will be awarded to the top 5 teachers who have nominated the most students.

Please find more details below:

Poster of 3D For Good Challenge 2024

Table of Contents


Date: 9 April 2024 – 31 May 2024 【Updated】

Teachers' Briefing Session

Date: 9 April 2024 (Tue)

Time: 5:00PM – 5:30PM

Format: Online Zoom

Deck: Click to download

Recording: https://vimeo.com/933123993?share=copy



9 April 2024 – 31 May 2024【Updated】


12 – 19 July 2024 [Updated]

Presentation/ Award Ceremony

October 2024



  • Hong Kong Culture



  1. Historical Architecture: Participants can create Hong Kong’s historical buildings, such as pre-war tenement buildings, old-style residences, or temples.

  2. Hong Kong Landmarks: Participants can create Hong Kong’s landmarks, such as the Golden Bauhinia Square, fruit stalls, IFC Tower, or the Convention and Exhibition Centre.

  3. Hong Kong Scenery: Participants can create objects that represent Hong Kong’s unique features, such as cha chaan teng (Hong Kong-style tea restaurants), neon signs, common local food, or old shops.


Each team submits two links. Only ONE submission is needed each team.

1st Link: 3D Model File

  • Create and sculpt models using software such as Nomad Sculpt, Blender or other 3D design platforms.
  • The dimensions of the model should be within the specified range of 20cm x 20cm x 20cm
  • Submit your 3D Model file to a cloud drive such as Google Drive / Dropbox in stl., obj. format

2nd Link: Team Presentation Video

  • Duration: 3-6 minutes
    All teammates should speak up during the presentation

You should include the following items:

  1. Duty Delegation
  2. Creation concept
  3. Making progress [important!!!]
  4. Final artwork after printing and coloring  [show over 80% 3D printing elements]

Judging Rubrics


Secondary Division (By Team)

StudentParticipationDigital Participation Certificate
Champion (1)Trophy + Printed Certificate
1st Runner-up (1)Trophy + Printed Certificate
2nd Runner-up (1)Trophy + Printed Certificate
Best Presentation Award (1)Trophy + Printed Certificate
TeacherMost Participating Teacher's Appreciation AwardTrophy