For the Makeschool 2018 Hackathon
Modernizing hardware development
Learning by repetition
Magic Word is the ideal game to keep the mind in great shape. Have fun guessing the magic word that connects to all the other words and become the champion of the week!
Cleansium is a calendar that helps people build healthy diets. People looking to adopt a healthier lifestyle can upload pictures of the food they have eaten each day.
Make the most out of your adventures without worrying about how you'll safely get to your next location.
Let the IoT devices make automatic payments by themselves and owner will only authorize it
A sex diary that helps users track their risk of sexually transmitted infection
Earn, spend, invest virtual money and build the biggest Empire
A free, innovative community of sustainable swappers created to reduce waste and improve the environemnt
Therapose offers online video therapy in a pinch. College students on the brink of panic can log in and talk to a trained therapist.
Effectively create, share, and access presentations from the cloud
To-Do list for job-seekers of high-skilled postions to help them be less overwhelmed and more organized.
According to a study, a typical American on average spends around 40 minutes of the day thinking about where to eat. How about you leave that decision on Munchbot and you focus on enjoying the meal
By analyzing your heart rate and other metrics, PerformancePlus creates optimized timetables and allows you to make decisions such as buying stocks knowing your mind is at its best.
Project made during VIT Hack
A React Native app that recommends menu items
A VR game with components not found in typical VR games
This project uses google cloud's natural language processing to process years worth of tweets and Yelp reviews in order to give an idea of customer sentiment regarding airlines.
An easy way to connect and find other hackers for your hackathon team.
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Choosing classes are the first step in college- why not make it efficient?