Daniel Trejo-Garcia (Left) and Jonathan Escobedo (Right) created the RemindMe app with intentions of better password security.
Perssing the black question mark opens up tips for strong passwords.
Pressing the question mark again closes the tips.
Pressing the "Change Pass" button enables the ability to write a new password.
Pressing the "View Pass" button allows the user to view previously saved passwords.
Pressing the phones nfc chip against the RFID chip allows the user to view the password.
Forgetting important information is a common problem in any community. Our team members have often forgotten important passwords at times, leading to delays and frustration in getting work done.
What it does
The RemindMe app uses RFID technology to store important information like passwords on small NFC chips.
How we built it
We used MIT App Inventor and our programming knowledge to create this app. We created a simple user interface and we tested the app using NFC chips.
Challenges we ran into
It took a while to figure out how to program NFC chips using App Inventor. We also felt the time crunch of finishing the video before the project deadline.
Accomplishments that we're proud of
This app shows that something very important can be accomplished with very little code when using the right tools and technology.
What we learned
We learned how to focus our attention to get work done when given a specific task and deadline. We also enhanced our abilities to create apps and videos.
What's next for RemindMe
We would like to package the NFC chips as decorations for your work space creating a RemindMe product line.