The giant balloon looming over Warren Mall on the UC San Diego campus means just one thing this time of year: EGames.
This year, the wacky engineering competition's crowning event, the "tomato death drop" included water balloons. Students had to build contraptions from everyday objects linke paper plates, tape and newspaper that protected the tomatoes and water balloons and prevented them from getting destroyed when the contraption hit the ground after the fall from the helium balloon high above Warren Mall.
EGames is part of Engineers Week, and is organized by TESC, the Triton Engineering Student Council.
Below are a few photo highlights from the tomato drop. More photos are on the Jacobs School Flickr stream. Also, check out the EGames coverage from NBC.