C, C++, Java
Arduino, Raspberry Pi, Particle
Garmin Connect IQ Apps
Roman Numeral Time - Watch Face
Roman Numeral Time is a custom watch face for select Garmin smartwatches. The watch face is coded in Monkey C, Garmin's custom language for developing Connect IQ apps. This watch face displays the current time in Roman Numerals, the date, your progess toward your daily step goal, and the Garmin move bar.
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Binary Time - Watch Face
Binary Time is a custom watch face for the Garmin Vivofit smartwatch. The watch face is coded in Monkey C, Garmin's custom language for developing Connect IQ apps. This watch face displays the current time in two different ways. The time is displayed as columns of square pixels, representing the time in binary bits, and the base ten equivalents in standard numbers below. The face also displays the date, your progess toward your daily step goal, and the Garmin move bar.
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I am developing an app that helps with basic circuit calculations, including resistor combination, delta-wye transformations, source transformations, and power calculation.
Zombie Runner is an iPad game where the player has to avoid an ever-growing horde of zombies, some with special abilities. With only a basic gun and limited ammo, survial is going to be a challenge.
- SnoreScore is the one and only iOS app that not only tracks your nightly snoring, but helps you stop it. By accessing your iPhone's microphone, SnoreScore senses when you snore and plays a quiet sound that will hopefully disturb your sleep enough to cause you to shift into a position that will stop your snoring without waking you up. Furthermore, the app will connect with your Apple Watch, triggering a vibration when you snore in addition to or in place of making a noise.
- This year at Hack Illinois, I worked with two other Electrical Engineering students from Mizzou to create a plasma speaker. We used various hardware components, many salvaged from an old TV, to generate high voltage plasma. We added a modulated audio signal to our input signal, allowing the plasma to play music.
- At Hack Illinois 2014, I began work on an iOS game that involved surviving the apocalypse on the Mizzou campus. The user physically travles to buildings on campus, and when they are inside, they can search for virtual supplies using the app. With these supplies, they have to maintain their hydration, energy, and health over time while fending off random zombie attacks.
- Over the course of this eight hour Hackathon, my very first one, I helped another student develop an Android app that would analyze a user's twitter feed with the goal of identifying potential bullies that they follow.