"We set the global BBC audience the challenge of imagining the future without words. We received more than 800 stills and videos from all corners of the world.Here was the still image winner:
Eventually a panel of international judges representing five continents chose their favourites and from those just two winners were selected."
A judge from Europe said:
"The reason why I picked this drawing is that I thought it is a stunning, simple, thought-provoking image. The idea of our children being led and blinded by technology. It is a very bleak view of the future and the role of technology in it. I thought it was cold, horrific, powerful, but also it was like satire it is almost like it has already come true."