A tamagotchi based AR Android application that also reflects current weather weather conditions.
Soccer score predictor for top six teams based on previous year data
A smart city idle game
Choose your destinations and your recipients, and once you arrive at your destination we'll send an automated text letting your loved ones know you madeIt safe and sound.
A better, more flexible personal notes/documents app.
Business Analytics Made Simple
Heartt is a partnership between local businesses and citizens. Our main goal is to provide bridge to allow people to help each other (Think of this as a merge between Venmo and GoFundMe)
Removing the middle-men between producers and consumers
a Web application that allows you to transfer money locally and internationally (using XRP cryptocurrency) in the cheapest and fastest way possible.
Calculates if two people are romantically compatible based on their preferences on corn.
It's like a bank sign, but smaller!
The grocery sales storage and predictor
Uses Google Assistant give orders to an Arduino MKR1000 board.
Games today have broken many levels of immersion, but what about a game that changes based on the weather around you. This was my team's first dive into html, css, js, and api requests.
Knights Of The Orange Castle - Mini-Game Developed for HackKU 2020
A scaled-down version of Dexter, the pokedex from the Pokemon series. Using color segmentation, the python program can identify 5 different pokemon and provide information using AWS text-to-speech.
Alexa skill that gives parking information and also says hello - we aren't staying for judging
For those of you who are whale lovers: A Whale of a Time presents the first and only whale dating website. For those of you not sure you're interested in whales: get some fun facts and a link to WDC.
Minecraft is a place for all to have fun, and this mod will allow even more people to have fun.
A game to encourage memory development skills
Electric grids have losses. This game takes them into account!
This is a project done by Amanda Nelson, Josh Haxton, and Grant Henry that can be used for people interested in how the city they could live in will affect their personal finances.
Information is the key. Smart cities need smart info.
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