Professor Nilanjan Banerjee's Introduction to Mobile Computing class will hold a poster and demonstration session showcasing student class projects from 12:30 to 2:00 on Tuesday, May 14 in room 210 of the ITE building. The projects inlcude mobile apps, games, and systems that have built during the semester. Pizza will be served.
The course was partially sponsored this year by Microsoft Research's Hawaii Initiative, which provided students with hardware and access to cloud services for storage, computing and data.
Anyone who is interested in mobile technology is welcome to attend and intereact with Professor Banerjee and the students, who include both upper-level undergraduates and graduate students. See the event flyer for more information.
Here are the systems that will be demonstrated:
- Food Life-cycle Manager: Reduce food waste, Save your money
- Home Guard: The easiest way to protect your home from anywhere without compromise
- JUMP: Keep Jumping up
- DIY Picture Dictionary: making learning Fun Multiple Places Near you Trackit: Anytime anywhere
- SpotOrNot: A crowdsourced parking app for UMBC
- Build-A-Bill: An easy to use bill splitting app (even after you've had a few drinks)
- Pocket Philosopher: What would YOU do?
- Golf score browser
- Math Path
- Community: Share whats on your mind
- System Android Powered Telepresence: Accessible and Low-cost Telepresence with Android
- Beat Box: tap and mix your musical mind
- PillNote: Capturing user's interaction with medication
- YASLA (Yet Another Shopping List App): app that saves the day by saving your lists and suggesting stores.
For more information, contact Prof. Banerjee at nilanb at umbc.edu.