Mu$ic is a web application that graphs stock and trade data and transcribes the data into music.
Most technical analysis trading softwares are not very user-friendly, because they are often cluttered with myriad of numbers and complex
widgets that confuse users. What if we can incorporate some entertainment into stock analysis? Why not have fun while learning about stocks?
Mu$ic essentially transforms otherwise traditional, boring trading data into that of more interactive and entertaining.
Mainly for people who are new to stocks, Mu$ic transforms learning about stocks into an entertainment. Mu$ic uses Quandl API, Chart.js, and Tone.js.
FitRhythm is an app designed to motivate users
to work harder during their workouts and encourage consistent workout schedules.
By using the accelerometer present within most smart phones, we were able to track
the user's movements and play their music louder or softer depending on how hard
they were exercising. There are a bunch of activities the user can choose
and they can also set their intensity and maximum volume. This app was made entirely
with Android Studio over the course of DragonHacks 2016.
Whisp is an app
designed to be a mobile transformation of space. Users can upload
short sound clips of themselves speaking that will stay at that location.
When other users walk by, those sound clips are automatically played,
surrounding visitors with messages left by those who were there previously.
This app was made with Android Studio and Parse over the course of HoyaHacks
TapJam is an app designed to
connect users around the world through music. Any user can join a jam session
using their phone and play music in realtime with friends or strangers. Users can
choose from synthesizers or drums and jam with friends with almost no lag time due to
the database service we used. This app was made with Android Studio, Visual Studio, and Azure over
the course of Bitcamp 2016.