Hacks Submitted


  1. 5

    zoonoms

    Submitted by Team ZooNoms

    ZooNoms!

    • Team ZooNoms Members
    • Will Farrington
    • Mike Skalnik
  2. 6

    zoonoms

    Submitted by Team ZooNoms

    ZooNoms!

    • Team ZooNoms Members
    • Will Farrington
    • Mike Skalnik
  3. 8

    Crimebuster

    Submitted by

    Safest Route to Destination

    • Members
    • Vinay Kumar Rangineni
    • Sumanth M Narendra
  4. 9

    NextBus IVR

    Submitted by NextBus IVR

    NextBus predictions have been done to death but: 1. All the solutions we know of are visual - visually impaired and blind people can't access this service easily 2. Once you're out at the bus stop, without a smartphone/dataplan/wifi, you can't access these services. But in almost every case, you can go old-school and actually use your phone to make a phone call! But no one wants to walk through a whole tree of IVR menus - so we give you the option of storing your favor…

    • NextBus IVR Members
    • Tarun Yadav
    • Neha Gautam
  5. 10

    InterviewPals

    Submitted by Creative Rioters

    It is internship hunt time and everybody is jet-setting to different locations for interviews. But it is quite a noticeable problem that there is no clear way for students on campus to collaborate for these interviews based on aspects such company or location of interview. InterviewPals is a simple yet effective and context driven service which fills this gap!

    • Creative Rioters Members
    • Satyajit Deshmukh
    • Manohan Ganesan
    • Narayanan Ramakrishnan
    • Ruby Zheng
  6. 11

    Temporal and Geographic Data Exploration and Visualization

    Submitted by What's In a Name

    "TAGDEV" is a tool to provide a fluid and intuitive interface for exploring and visualizing timelines, and when applicable, associated geographic data. Since all events in recorded human history take place on the same timeline (ignoring minuscule relativistic effects), they can all be understood relative to each other. We want to make this possible in the most fluid and intuitive way possible. The goal for hack day is to get a working prototype that demonstrates the potential power of t…

    • What's In a Name Members
    • Patrick Lucas
    • Aurel Lazar
    • Cameron Paul
    • Alexei Okoneshnikov
  7. 12

    MemoSMS

    Submitted by Heretic Knight of the Lambda Calculus

    Online flash cards available to anyone with a cell phone and a basic text messaging plan.

    • Heretic Knight of the Lambda Calculus Members
    • Enrique Orestes Santos, Jr.
  8. 13

    Project Narwhal

    Submitted by Gardyloo

    It's a tower defense game. With unicorns!

    • Gardyloo Members
    • David Hollis
    • James King
    • Josh Anderson
    • Anna Coley
  9. 14

    What About Kyle?

    Submitted by VyperBoli

    A site to help find rides for lunch.

    • VyperBoli Members
    • Ben Olive
    • Corey Mayo
  10. 15

    Shifter

    Submitted by Spleisure

    Shifter allows you to take control of any webpage's layout. Enter a URL into Shifter to enable dragging and dropping (almost) anything within a webpage.

    • Spleisure Members
    • Tim Upthegrove
    • Chris McClanahan
  11. 16

    Video Mail for YMail !

    Submitted by gt_hax0r

    Ever wondered how you could send video messages to your grandmom who can't read your email? Our script lets you send video attachments in your Yahoo Mail. Simply install the greasemonkey script in the firefox web browser at all your computers and start sending video messages (powered by nimbb.com)

    • gt_hax0r Members
    • Shauvik Roy Choudhary
    • Sahil Miglani
    • Utkarsh Shrivastava
  12. 17

    Los Hacks

    Submitted by One Man Army

    Things that are cool.

    • One Man Army Members
    • William Harris
  13. 18

    HackWeek GameCreator - HAWKGC

    Submitted by GameOn

    Sometimes games need a personal touch. HackWeek GC enables you to customize offline games by personalizing characters, environments and even weapons online. Get ready to truly own the game!

    • GameOn Members
    • Joy Buolamwini
    • Andrew Panfel
  14. 19

    Google Road Trip

    Submitted by Lean, Mean, Coding Machine (LMCM)

    Google Road Trip turns your text directions into animated movies that reflect your real road trip experience.

    • Lean, Mean, Coding Machine (LMCM) Members
    • Azhar Bande-Ali
  15. 20

    The Ultimate Couch Potato

    Submitted by

    It will reduce your effort of getting up from your couch

    • Members
    • Ketaki Deo
    • Kedar Toraskar
    • Aneesh Tarun
  16. 21

    The Moody Times

    Submitted by

    Read the news depending on your news! :)

    • Members
    • Aneesh Tarun
    • Ketaki Deo
  17. 22

    Desktop Guy

    Submitted by Sexy Pandas

    searches the web

    • Sexy Pandas Members
    • Vic Tayback
    • Stephen Body
    • Nattylee Schoplapell
    • Orpheus King
  18. 23

    GPnewS

    Submitted by Dysfunctional

    Putting news on a map

    • Dysfunctional Members
    • Dhawal Shah
    • Rohit Prasad
    • Firaz Ahmed Peer
  19. 24

    Buzz a Ride

    Submitted by

    An api to find overlap between routes given two pairs of source and destination. It's application in dynamic iPhone based car pooling where users are automatically paired up based on their routes.

    • Members
    • Dev Priya
    • Pooja A R
    • Neha Karajgikar
  20. 25

    MusicInTown

    Submitted by Team Pup 'N Suds

    Music event notification service designed for use with any sms enabled phones. Allows users to subscribe to their most scrobbled songs or favorite artists.

    • Team Pup 'N Suds Members
    • Craig Campbell
    • Phillip Vassenkov
  21. 26

    Social Netorking Web 2.0 Interface For an Adaptive Mechatronic Input Surrogate

    Submitted by Team Palmtree

    It's a robot arm that types Markov-chain generated tweets into a keyboard and submits them to twitter.

    • Team Palmtree Members
    • Carlos Isales
    • Stephen Culpepper
  22. 27

    Social Netorking Web 2.0 Interface For an Adaptive Mechatronic Input Surrogate

    Submitted by Team Palmtree

    It's a robot arm that uses a physical keyboard to type out tweets generated by a markov chain with other tweets as the input.

    • Team Palmtree Members
    • Carlos Isales
    • Stephen Culpepper
  23. 28

    Flickr Zoom

    Submitted by Aaron

    A new way of exploring pictures

    • Aaron Members
    • Aaron Sun
  24. 29

    Flickr/TinEye Userscript

    Submitted by Please Employ Us

    A userscript from a flickr page that runs TinEye on that image Userscript. Only runs in firefox, sorry. Example image to run it on: Batgirl 2 by Brian C Carter http://www.flickr.com/photos/brainbrimstone/2101401681/

    • Please Employ Us Members
    • Andrew Guyton
    • Hillary Lipko
  25. 30

    Geolocated Flickr Photos

    Submitted by Please Employ Us

    Uses geolocation and loads flickr photos that have been geotagged near you.

    • Please Employ Us Members
    • Andrew Guyton
    • Hillary Lipko
  26. 31

    Flickr Exif Visualizations

    Submitted by Please Employ Us

    YQL-based visualizations of details of the 150 "most interesting" photos on Flickr. The pie charts are from Google Visualizations.

    • Please Employ Us Members
    • Andrew Guyton
    • Hillary Lipko
  27. 32

    YQL open tables for FourSquare

    Submitted by Please Employ Us

    A new open table for YQL that makes some of the most useful features of the Foursquare API easily accessible. The other APIs can be quickly implemented based on the work so far.

    • Please Employ Us Members
    • Andrew Guyton
    • Hillary Lipko
  28. 33

    Foursquare Nearby Locations

    Submitted by Please Employ Us

    Foursquare venues near you, plotted on a map. Uses the YQL Geo Library and the above Foursquare YQL Open Table.

    • Please Employ Us Members
    • Andrew Guyton
    • Hillary Lipko
  29. 34

    How far did I...

    Submitted by Please Employ Us

    Uses Google Maps and the FourSquare YQL Open Table to calculate walking and driving distance in the last x days, up to the last 40 checkins.

    • Please Employ Us Members
    • Andrew Guyton
    • Hillary Lipko
  30. 35

    GameTwist

    Submitted by GameOn

    Sometimes games need a personal touch. GameTwist enables you to customize offline games by personalizing characters, environments and even weapons online. Get ready to truly own the game!

    • GameOn Members
    • Joy Buolamwini
    • Andrew Panfel
  31. 36

    Mental Note

    Submitted by

    We use a Star Wars Force Trainer toy that reads alpha and beta brainwaves to create music using your thoughts.

    • Members
    • Hunter Scott
    • John Summerlin
  32. 37

    Lyricist

    Submitted by

    Lyricist is a text processor that aids in poem and lyric writing by displaying rhymes, synonyms and a syllable count for each line of text. Users can easily swap text by clicking on these new words.

    • Members
    • Mike Hirth
    • Daniel Hooper
  33. 38

    Succor

    Submitted by Soccure

    1. The purpose of the hack is to provide the list of the hospitals around the current location of the patient. 2. The information about the different hospitals in a zone is obtained by using YQL to fetch the ranking, scoring and name of the hospitals available from various online sources like WEBMD, AETNA, US News, Hospital Finder, etc. 3. This information is overlayed onto the map based on the rankings and the disease speciality provided by the user. 4. The user is further provided with t…

    • Soccure Members
    • Mandar Samant
    • Mrunal Upadhyay
    • Pradnyesh Gore
    • Ameya Nerurkar
  34. 39

    Does it interest you ?

    Submitted by

    A facebook application that recommends its users events around their location based on their profile information.

    • Members
    • Karan Mehra
    • Adity Dokania
  35. 40

    Does it interest you,Yeah?

    Submitted by

    A facebook application that recommends its users events around their location based on their profile information.

    • Members
    • Karan Mehra
    • Adity Dokania
  36. 41

    GT event Information aggretor

    Submitted by gt_hax0r

    This hack fetches all the data from the rss news feeds as well as events page from the Gatech website and displays the live events of the day on Google maps using YQL.

    • gt_hax0r Members
    • Shauvik Roy Chaudhary
    • Utkarsh Shrivastava
    • Sahil Miglani
  37. 42

    ASCII Party 64

    Submitted by A Couple of ASCII Characters

    A collection of completely Javascript text-based ASCII games. Themed around Internet memes (fads). Code primarily in ECMAscript; a very small amount of PHP in the back end.

    • A Couple of ASCII Characters Members
    • Blair Daly
    • Chris Sladky
  38. 43

    Importance Filter for Gmail

    Submitted by OkGoDoIt

    The opposite of a spam filter, Importance Filter learns what emails are actually important to you and highlights them in your Gmail inbox.

    • OkGoDoIt Members
    • Roger Pincombe
  39. 44

    HackTV

    Submitted by Digital Dragons

    This hack is developed to allow users get a reminder on their TV for their favorite movies, shows of favorite actors, etc., that they had shared on various social networking sites. The data has been hard-coded since this is just a prototype.

    • Digital Dragons Members
    • Sasi Siddharth Muthurajan
    • Krishnan Shankar Narayan
    • Shruthi Adappa
  40. 45

    In Memoriam: 1994 - 2009

    Submitted by VNP: The Great Indoors

    A fond look back on one of the pioneers of Web 2.0 that lent a voice to millions. From looking at the art of the old Old Masters, we gain an invaluable lesson on the importance of technique in accessibility for the user.

    • VNP: The Great Indoors Members
    • Sean Hussey
    • Jenny Rainwater
  41. 46

    Space Invader

    Submitted by Team Sneaky

    Space Invaders appeared in web pages.

    • Team Sneaky Members
    • Sean Hussey