Hacks Submitted


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    MobileTCAT

    Submitted by Team BumbleDuck

    MobileTCAT is an application written for the Android OS. It accesses the Tompkin's Consolidated Area Transit (TCAT) website for the user. Will include features like a map overlay that integrates the location of bus stops and the user via gps, alerts to tell the user when they are near a bus stop at the same time a bus is approaching, a favorites list, and searching times/routes/buses.

    • Team BumbleDuck Members
    • Benjamin Carriel
    • Andrew Levine
    • Jia Liu
    • R. Patrick McCaffrey
  2. 2

    Comikr

    Submitted by YammySoft!

    Storkr is designed to helps people especially kids read faster and more interesting. Comikr will help users to create their own comic books using fantastic functionality provided by YUI and YQL.

    • YammySoft! Members
    • Liu Xiao
    • Zhuang Yuandong
    • Liu Yang
  3. 6

    Cornell Police Blotter

    Submitted by Team Bornell

    This website gathers recent crime data from the CU police blotter. It uses Google Maps to plot markers at each location where crimes have occurred. Each marker has a time, date, location, and crime description.

    • Team Bornell Members
    • Kevin Qiu
    • Gary He
    • Brian Lin
  4. 7

    Mad.lib

    Submitted by [adjective] [noun (pl)] what [verb] at [time of day]

    Creates [adjective] madlibs that will leave you [-ing verb] in your [article of clothing].

    • [adjective] [noun (pl)] what [verb] at [time of day] Members
    • Nicole Berdy
    • Matt Olivo
  5. 8

    Programmer's omnisearch

    Submitted by DANTech

    A search engine built to assist programmers by directly searching programming APIs and common programming Q&A sites for quick access to relevant information. Programmers can choose language and type of search.

    • DANTech Members
    • Detian Shi
    • Andrew Chien
    • Nicholas Beaumont
  6. 9

    Translator-on-the-fly

    Submitted by We Click!

    The app takes input as video from a camera (eventually meant to be a camera phone) and uses OCR to capture any textual information. This is then sent dynamically to Google Translator, and the translated text is displayed across the video. The app is meant to find use in travel in foreign countries as an easy translator.

    • We Click! Members
    • Saurav Kumar
    • Brett Fernandes
  7. 10

    Translator-on-the-fly

    Submitted by We Click!

    The app takes input as video from a camera (eventually meant to be a camera phone) and uses OCR to capture any textual information. This is then sent dynamically to Google Translator, and the translated text is displayed across the video. The app is meant to find use in travel in foreign countries as an easy translator.

    • We Click! Members
    • Saurav Kumar
    • Brett Fernandes
  8. 11

    RainCheck

    Submitted by Let Me Check My Schedule

    RainCheck is a scheduling and "social avoidance" application which integrates Google Calendar with Facebook Events to provide the optimal excuse for why you aren't going to that event you'd rather miss. In the unfortunate case your schedule shows no direct conflict with the event to be avoided, RainCheck equips you with a hefty array of excuses ranked and submitted by other users.

    • Let Me Check My Schedule Members
    • Nohemi Fernandez
    • Spencer Jackson
    • Joseph Vokt
    • Lee Gao
  9. 12

    Friend Bid

    Submitted by Laleli

    We create a system that allows friends to determine your schedule. A user retrieves their friends from their facebook friendlist and posts their free time. The user's friends then determine what to do in this free time via a bidding system.

    • Laleli Members
    • Daniel Fleischman
    • James Daivs
    • Chaoxu Tong
  10. 13

    RealVirgil - Real Estate Proximal Resource Tool

    Submitted by Real Virgil Associates

    When searching for a new residence, the decision is largely affected by the proximity of certain resources - be they coffee, college, or waterfalls. We provide a service which aggregates real estate price information for a given address with the nearest location providing a service important to the user by interfacing with Zillow, Yelp, and Google Maps using the YUI and YQL frameworks.

    • Real Virgil Associates Members
    • Bennett Wineholt
    • Gabriel Clandorf
    • Gautam Kamath
    • Angela Rupinen
  11. 14

    Track ur Word

    Submitted by nullspace

    Track your word is web app, intended solve problem of finding right keywords to track a real time stream, such as twitter stream. Given few initial keywords and a location, this webapp uses YQL and Local Search API, to come up with the location specific keywords. We also provide a link to test the ability of those keywords to find tweets, using twitter search.

    • nullspace Members
    • Abhilekh Kumar Agarwal
    • Pracheer Gupta
    • Akshay Bhat
  12. 15

    Convenience Mail (Not spambot)

    Submitted by ConvenienceMail

    This applet uses the JavaMail API to send emails. When signed (which currently it is not, but when run from a virtualized environment still shows what it can do) and embedded in any webpages, it allows users to send emails with arbitrary content and attachment to arbitrary addresses.

    • ConvenienceMail Members
    • Erluo Li
    • Bennett Wineholt
    • Gautam Kamath
    • Gabriel Clandorf
  13. 16

    Translate the webs on fly

    Submitted by

    Translate any application online

    • Members
    • Abhilekh Kumar Agarwal
    • Pracheer Gupta
    • Akshay Bhat