"Findit" is a web-app platform that connects main campus students with ideas to computer science students with skills
Hack@Bot is a messenger bot which gives users the ability to view details about most upcoming Hackathons!
WE are empowering women and giving them pride for their gender every step of the way
An iOS application used to detect early warning signs of a Stroke, through image processing, MMSE, and grip strength.
Shoot the memes, chase your dreams
A UI/UX analysis defining user roles, stories and personas, and proposing user flows, goals and wireframes
First one to capture the node wins!
This website was built to allow users to view a city's data and statistics in cool and interactive ways.
Imagine walking into a restaurant for the first time knowing exactly what you wanted to eat
Mu is brainwave scanner which creates playlists to help you relax, focus, or get hyped!
Tell us how you feel now, we tell your doctor later
Lightweight Peer-to-Peer Chat Application Deployed on Bluemix
Make your tasks "Forget Me Not-able" as its a "Buy Me You Must" .
Plan your 4 years at Carolina. Try shuffling classes and majors to envision your Carolina experience!
BAO notifies subscribers about possible bitcoin arbitrage across the exchanges they personally utilize.
Chai serves the CMU student community by allowing users to see waits and friends at their favorite campus eateries
Safe & Smart rEvolution of Connected Things
The first all-in-one Detroit Transit application. Find routes + stops for Ddot, Smart and RefleX in one application.
Code Etch is a web application that creates class diagrams by parsing source code from a github repository.
Une visualization interactive de la pollution des voitures en relation a la quantite d'arbres a Montreal
Our tool allows people to Pause and Rethink to prevent them from making rash decisions
Protect your website's visitors from malicious invasions of privacy with a simple button!
Flag aims to improve how we receive service in our daily lives
Show a continous news feed with "typed" text in the style of the old BBC World News "breakfillers"