Final exam scheduling system designed with RPI in mind.
Uses integer programming to find exam schedules with minimum conflicts.
Babynotes aim to bring consumers a comprehensive infant care service providing them with personalized, data driven analytics oriented around the well-being of their child.
Passcode is an iOS application for generating unique, site-specific passwords for all your online services with the convenience of only having to remember one master password.
Rate My Stream is an open source, community driven review database for League of Legends streamers.
Analyze Windows system calls in order to remove false positives from Dr. Memory's error reports.
Collective Congress is an open-source web platform for democracy. Its purpose is to provide a quick and effective way to make collective decisions on a regular basis. The site also functions as a platform for hosting democratically-controlled web content. Users can freely create groups, and each group has its own data which can be modified through voting.
A linux video processing project
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A dynamic scheduler application on android, designed for simplistic project management.
A better RPI Directory that enables API access and a mobile app. Check out the website at http://rpidirectory.appspot.com.
The awesome-wav project is a project designed to encode any data file into a PCM or IEEE float WAV audio file and be virtually undetectable. The potential uses for this project are many and varied. It is a command-line only, cross-platform program.
Flowur is an open-source framework that lets users quickly create data sets and generate visualizations.
Alfred is a robot that line follows around an open area and serves drinks to people.
Archer's Friend is an Android application to help competition shooters prepare by providing a simple interface to time and score rounds. It also allows exporting of score reports to a spreadsheet so an archer can track his progress.
A open source hardware/software project designing and developing a low cost UV-VIS-NIR diffractive spectrometer designed for use in schools and by hobbyists/individuals. This project consists of three major components, which will be developed in parallel (to some extent) : The OSHW, USB drivers, and the visualizer software.
RPIMobile - http://twitter.com/RPIMobile
The purpose of this app is to build the foundation for a long lasting mobile application that brings all of the great data sources from all around campus into a clean, native format. The project started in the summer of 2012 and has since been rebuilt from the ground up to support ARC, Cocoapods, and several other great additions that will help the longevity of this project.
- First and foremost, my main goal is to build something that will be improved year after year by the students and faculty of RPI. RPI recently released an application for both Android and iOS but it lacks a clean, native interface and has limited functionality. It also relies on a web-based backend for rendering views and would not handle caching and other features that are important for devices not always connected to the internet or RPI's network.
- This app was released as an open source project for two main purposes. Most importantly, the app should serve as a learning tool for students at other schools/institutions who are trying to build similar applications. It also allows other students to contribute and maintain the project after I leave the project and graduate from RPI.
- News Feeds
- Twitter Feeds
- Athletics rosters, news, schedules, and results
- Laundry machine status for on-campus dormitories
- Shuttle tracker (http://rcos.rpi.edu/projects/mobile-shuttle-tracker/)
- Directory of student and faculty (http://rcos.rpi.edu/projects/rpi-directory-app/)
- Video feeds from RPI's YouTube channel
- RPI Event calendar
- TV Listings for on-campus television services
- Dining hall menus (currently waiting on an upcoming redesign by Sodexo)
- Interactive map with building information
Other great ideas:
- RPI subreddit integration
- RPI webmail
- Self-guided tour (GPS based)
- WRPI streaming (wrpi.org)
- Local weather forecast
- SIS integration for grades/eBill
- Course search (yacs.me API)
- Stephen Silber (iOS)
- Stephen Perkins (iOS)
- Michael Napolitano (iOS)
- Colin Steifel (Android)
- James McMillan (Web server)
Libraries used in this project:
Unity 3D extension to easily detect and recognize common gestures with Kinect.
ReserveMe is an open source location reservation system being designed for the City of Schenectady.
A cross-platform Existential Graph proof system!
Check out our website above!
Basically, a library for machine learning! (I refuse to use the word 'framework.') But think big! Hasn't "everyone done that" before?
libalexandria is so-named for its inclusive breadth of FORTRAN code, bound using C/C++, all the way "through the ages" into Java, and further extensible using future interfaces, many and more of which have even yet to be imagined.
So perhaps it's a library of libraries. (What's in a name?)
libalexander is the lowest-level component:
Provides a bare-bones interface for data-exchanges w/ BLAS
On top of that is a basic interface layer: libkolla
Note: "kolla" is the Macedonian word for 'glue'
That's all well and good: efficiency, numerical precision, but...
Holy Onion-API's, Batman! (We've got a few layers going on here.)
Bindings to C, C++, Java, Python, Ruby, and much, much more! Did someone mention Android?
(Maybe you should just check out our whole project, if you've read this far.)
An inventory management system designed for electronics laboratories capable of being applied to other inventory management needs.
This is a USB compatible RFID reader capable of reading RPI Student ID’s and using that information to take attendance at student club events and by professors in class. It will also be capable of operation without computer connection powered by a USB rechargeable battery. This is an open source software and open source hardware project being completed in cooperation with the RPI Embedded Hardware Club (EHC).
The RPI TV Titling System (RPITS) is an open source graphics program designed to produce titles and graphics to be overlaid on a video feed.