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Wau: Location-Based Photo-Sharing And Friend-Finding Android Application, Tam P. Nguyen Jun 2015

Wau: Location-Based Photo-Sharing And Friend-Finding Android Application, Tam P. Nguyen

Computer Engineering

Wau (Where are u?) is a location-based photo-sharing and friend-finding Android application. The basic concept of my app is to help people avoid the hassle of having to call/text their friends in order to know where they are. The ability to simply tap on a name and visually see their location in reference to your own would be a huge convenience. Another neat feature is that it allows users to take and upload pictures wherever they are, and the only way for anyone to see the picture is to be within the same vicinity that it was taken. I ...


Slaps Music Sharing App, Maximillian L. Parelius Jun 2015

Slaps Music Sharing App, Maximillian L. Parelius

Computer Engineering

Slaps is a fun way to share new songs with friends. Users can simply select songs from their personal library of music, select a short sample of the song to share, and then select which friends to share it with. If a user loves a song that he/she receives, they can link directly to iTunes through the app to download the full song.


The Struggle Of The Rubiniumite Wars, Timothy Mendez, Evan Peterson, Darren Huang, Kyle Lozier Jun 2015

The Struggle Of The Rubiniumite Wars, Timothy Mendez, Evan Peterson, Darren Huang, Kyle Lozier

Computer Science and Software Engineering

The Struggle of the Rubiniumite Warsis a browser-based, one- to two-player, simultaneous turn-based strategy game set amongst the stars. It uses WebGL and Three.js for 3D graphics in the browser, Node.js for game engine and artificial intelligence design on the backend, and Socket.io for networking using websockets. The development group’s inspiration, motivation, and reflections are discussed. Additionally, details on the development of the game engine, database integration with Parse, user registration with Nodemailer, graphics with Three.js and HTML/CSS, and audio with HTML5.