Asteroids - with rhythm. Combining the latest innovations in rhythm-based gaming with the classic asteroids arcade game.
A dating simulator featuring some of the University of Colorado's best characters! Find the perfect dorm in this short and sweet adventure that unfolds in your first year on campus.
The device is envisioned as a controller for robots or rovers in situations where the use of an actual remote controller may imply operational risks.
Driving test for the future students
Utilize mobile technology to assit the visually impaired in real-time obstacle avoidance.
Have you ever wished you could post a personal problem, question or even a classroom discussion where u can anonymously post your data u wish you want to share and seek help from other. Well here u go
A virtual playground for physically interacting with audio
A snowboarding game using the Wii fit board!
Uses Tap to simulate a piano like game.
Tap Invaders uses the Tap Wearable Keyboard for an augmented game of Space Invaders displayed on an LED matrix.
Predicting Crime in Your Neighborhood with Machine Learning
A fantasy league intended for college campuses who support League of Legends. This program is meant to encompass all players from all skill levels.
It's like The Maze Runner, only worse.
Making computer science accessible to all!
TapVRap brings wireless gaming to a whole new level. Experience a revolutionary gesture capture control using the Tap Strap virtual keyboard.
See how far your money can take you.
A medical help kiosk that translates foreign languages for patients that don't speak English (with an emphasis on medical terms)
Run from a monsterous man who is not fiscally responsible and takes your money. Get through the levels by collecting money and answering questions.
AR Hamster ball game
Use the Tap Strap to control lights and music with hand gestures. An accessible alternative to voice-based smart home controllers.
A huge shitstorm just went down on Earth. Nuclear bombs, nuclear winter and all that shit.
A challenging 2D platformer with a Michigan Tech theme
Our idea was to create a science playground that students to understand how gravity and orbital motion works in an interactive and immersive way.
A tool for efficient communications within communities stricken by natural disasters.