I created this Hangman game when I realized I was bored trying to learn vocabulary. My Hangman includes wordlists and defintions for the SAT test, as well as a classic version, so you can increase your vocabulary while having fun! Has 16025 Installs!
I am a developer on the BioThings Explorer Project of the Su Lab, which provides centralized access to biological and chemical data by calling APIs which distribute these data on the fly. Features I worked on include:
In the FIRST Robotics Competition, we commonly needed to "scout", or record information on other teams during matches. However, during matches WiFi and data can be limited forcing us to relay this information by talking, which was a very tedious process. Hence, we created the OptixScout app, which allows you to record information about a team's scoring during a match, which can be used by scouters. This information can then be aggregated through the OptixScout webapp, which takes QR codes from the OptixScout app meaning no wifi or data is required. Created in collaboration with Jadon Lee and Dash Penning.
Ring Tac Toe is a more advanced version of the classic Tic Tac Toe game with three rings in each of the 9 spaces on the grid. This game allows up to 4 players, playing either online or on one computer!
Litera is an AR app to aid young visual learners in vocabulary and spelling. Litera is especially useful as most spelling and vocabulary products on the market are auditory based so this could be a great help to visual learners.
Made in collaboration with RGBHack.
In AP Statistics, me and my friends found ourselves having to make a lot of repeated statistical calculations with sets of data, and needed a way to save these stats. Therefore, we created a Stats Calculator that saves datasets and provides visual plots as well! Made in collaboration with Kinish Sathish, Gabriel Boudreau, and Jay Manjrekar.
While trying to study for some of our classes using online flashcard tools, me and my friends noticed a lot of the features of these tools are paid. Furthermore, it was hard to track which flashcards we were getting wrong the most to study those. To fix this, we made QuizMe, a free online flashcard platform that provides analytics on which flashcards you are getting wrong and right to better optimize your studying. Created in collaboration with Andrew Meng, Nicholas Mounier, Bailey Say, and Aarav Arora.
This is a tool to practice for the AP Computer Science A Exam on the topics of Arrays and 2D Arrays. Has numerous FRQs from AP and custom made, which students can submit solutions to and get automatically graded. Grades are based on test cases which can give partial credit if the problem has been partially solved. Created in collaboration with Andrew Meng, Nicholas Mounier, Braeden Copley, and Aarav Arora.