Hacks Submitted


  1. 3

    Procrastimeter

    Submitted by Freefood ninjas

    Using keylogging/Window names info to rate and analyze coding habits of volunteers. Uses pykeylogger and some homebrew python code. A web interface with cool pie charts is generated. Achievements are there, giving you a score based on the behaviour.

    • Freefood ninjas Members
    • Julian F.
    • Lucas Patingre
    • Valentin Robert
  2. 4

    thepixslate

    Submitted by teamSVD

    Pixslate is the new generation picture sharing place. You can say its the "Youtube" for pictures. We take picture sharing to the next level with pure magic. To learn more come to HackU presentation at UCSD. Maybe Flickr should buy this!

    • teamSVD Members
    • Rohan Anil
    • Timothy Martin
    • Matt Der
  3. 5

    Pharma534

    Submitted by Pharma534

    Hello! cfkdfeg interesting cfkdfeg site!

    • Pharma534 Members
    • Pharma534
    • Pharma534
    • Pharma534
    • Pharma534
  4. 6

    Eat, Hack, Love

    Submitted by Creative Hackers

    Online gallery of images that express who you are and allows yourself to show others who you are through visual representation.

    • Creative Hackers Members
    • Sarah Esper
    • Franklin Zhou
    • Stephen Foster
    • Guru Kotta
  5. 7

    Creole - #!/bin/web

    Submitted by Sudo Coders

    A command line to seamlessly interact with web services.

    • Sudo Coders Members
    • Avinash
    • Daniel Park
    • Matt Kim
    • Andrew Chen
  6. 8

    feet

    Submitted by Proletari

    Social web app twitter facebook google media connect geolocation foursquare seo

    • Proletari Members
    • Serguey
    • Tim
    • Mike
    • Steven
  7. 9

    EPYC

    Submitted by

    Eat Poop You Cat - a Pictionary Telephone game

    • Members
    • Gregory Long
    • Ming Wang
    • Karyn Benson
    • Alan Leung
  8. 10

    LunarLander 3000

    Submitted by TooPoorForIpads

    It's like Wii but for poor people. SUP JUDGES AND PEOPLE. GO ON THIS URL IF YOU HAVE A MAC/IPAD/IPHONE: http://goo.gl/byNzH

    • TooPoorForIpads Members
    • James Bui
    • Ricky Ng
    • Matt Religioso
    • Kevin Wu
  9. 11

    TAB Home Automation

    Submitted by TAB

    By turning your home's wiring system into a network of communication, we can manipulate appliances and other electrically-driven machines to help improve efficiency and save money (and even help the environment!). We give users the ability to control their house remotely through our website, and have a specialized section to cater towards those who want to water their indoor/outdoor garden and help dynamically drive the system with interaction with Yahoo's Weather API to determine how…

    • TAB Members
    • Thomas Gray
    • Alvin Lee
    • Brandon Breitenstein
  10. 12

    Flascii

    Submitted by Flasky

    Taking the experience of browsing through Flickr into the textual environment! We bring you colored, as well as traditional, black and white, ASCII art of your Flickr photos. We aim to provide a host of features so that one could use this for all their ASCII needs. This website is a product of many heavily modified open source libraries that seek to provide the most optimized user experience and brings life back into ASCII art.

    • Flasky Members
    • Plamen Jeliazkov
    • Sanket Kalwit
    • Sze Hao Chen
    • Luke Liu
  11. 13

    Foodfeed

    Submitted by 0xFOODFEED

    A webapp that combines information from various sources on UCSD events with free food.

    • 0xFOODFEED Members
    • Randolph Lee
    • Zach Johnson
    • Ernie Chang
    • Marjori Pomarole
  12. 14

    nompoki fighter

    Submitted by Aliff Mobile

    nompoki fighter is a mobile turn-based, multi-player artillery game built for Android. Features include real-time weather conditions from Yahoo! Weather

    • Aliff Mobile Members
    • Cliff Lee
    • Alice Liang
  13. 15

    RadioWinning!

    Submitted by C-x M-c M-butterfly

    This hack enables its users to win "Be the n-th Caller" contests commonly put on by radio stations. Seriously. There's a simple SMS interface, so you're just a text message away from becoming bi-winning.

    • C-x M-c M-butterfly Members
    • Wilson Lian
  14. 16

    CODE OMNOMINATOR

    Submitted by Army of One

    Pipes uneeded code to /dev/null.

    • Army of One Members
    • Robert Chen
  15. 17

    VoiceLogin

    Submitted by ExtroKold

    Using speech to text technology, this hack allows disabled or lazy individuals to easily login to different websites.

    • ExtroKold Members
    • Robert Dunlap
    • Robert Chen
    • George Wu
    • Gary
  16. 18

    Rampage

    Submitted by WAAM

    This application sets a monkey on the website and punches the page showing circuit boards underneath. The monkey can be navigated through the arrow keys and to punch a portion of the webpage.

    • WAAM Members
    • Ryan Mast
    • Brian Truong
    • Rafael Nevarez
    • Dorothy Nguyen
  17. 19

    Browsing the Internet with Your Body

    Submitted by Operation Glorious Thunder

    Are you blind? Do you know how to dance? Then you'll love our product! Browse the internet only using your body language. No need to type a single word, and we can find restaurants, places to go, and youtubes videos you love to listen to.

    • Operation Glorious Thunder Members
    • Tyler O'Neil
    • David Lluncor
    • Jennifer Chandler
  18. 20

    Course Square

    Submitted by Chok

    iPhone application that extends Foursquare to handle school based environments - allowing students to "check-in" to their classes. Also incorporates a social networking feel, allowing students to leave tips and gain rewards for attending their courses.

    • Chok Members
    • Kristina Thai
    • Chris Moghbel
    • Alan Chiu
    • Michael Briganti
  19. 21

    Bat Signal

    Submitted by The Foobars

    Users can submit crimes that are happening and recieve text message alerts about it as it happens. Placefinder is used to find the user's location.

    • The Foobars Members
    • Devang Sampat
    • Dean Woods
  20. 22

    gyroscoPic

    Submitted by LaSh

    Bringing Etch-a-Sketch digital, and better. Use your Macbook as the controller and customize your sketch with color and other MAGIC POWERS!! It's all sparkly and stuff :D

    • LaSh Members
    • Lalli Flores
    • Sheldon Tanaka
    • Lalli's Real Imaginary Friend
    • Sheldon's Real Imaginary Friend
  21. 23

    Rampage

    Submitted by WAAM

    This application sets a monkey on the website and punches the page showing circuit boards underneath. The monkey can be navigated through the arrow keys and to punch a portion of the webpage.

    • WAAM Members
    • Ryan Mast
    • Brian Truong
    • Rafael Nevarez
    • Dorothy Nguyen
  22. 24

    Narcissist Calculator

    Submitted by

    It asks for the user's name with some hidden special names to use and asks how and how many times the user would like to print out their own name. From that, the program calculates how much of a narcissist the user is.

    • Members
    • Kevin Duong
  23. 25

    Cork.li - Easy to share online boards

    Submitted by Team Cork.li

    Cork.li is a new collaboration tool for people to easily share quick notes to each other and keep track of progress over time. It features a set of movable notes and images that are rearrangeable and resizable, as well as real-time collaborative features (hopefully!).

    • Team Cork.li Members
    • Bulat Bochkariov
    • Justin Huang
    • Li Pi
  24. 26

    Earthquake Warning System 3000+

    Submitted by I Hate Javascript

    Chrome extension that gives visual feedback to users when earthquakes occur nearby.

    • I Hate Javascript Members
    • ricky ng
    • james bui
    • matt religioso
    • kevin wu
  25. 27

    DoWork

    Submitted by TimeMachine

    An automated time management/budgeting tool with the ability to track the activities of the user by monitoring the online activities as well as offline activities by utilizing GEO location. The application lets the user tag locations with activities to minimize the user interaction. The user can set budget/tasks, and will get warnings if spent more than budget time on tasks/websites.

    • TimeMachine Members
    • Mohammad Zohour
    • Eric Dorman
    • Kevin Estuardo Lau Fang
    • Ko Ko Lwin
  26. 28

    What's In My Fridge?

    Submitted by LADL

    Have you ever been at the grocery store shopping for dinner and asked yourself, "What's in my fridge?" Do you constantly run out of sugar and nag your next door neighbors for the half cup you need to finish your cookie recipe? Or do you ever wonder which of your friends has the most suitable ingredients for a party? Our application, which can run on a web browser, or mobile smartphone, bridges the physical gap between the grocery store, your refrigerator, and your cooking location.

    • LADL Members
    • Leilani Gilpin
    • Andrew Huynh
    • David Vanoni
    • Lynn Nguyen
  27. 29

    You Called?

    Submitted by C-x M-c M-butterfly

    This hack lets a user connect up to 40 victims together via a snazzy web interface. Each victim thinks the others called him! Call a Chinese take-out place, place an order, call another place, and have the first place read back the order to the second place to place a new order. Confusion often ensues!

    • C-x M-c M-butterfly Members
    • Wilson Lian
  28. 30

    MUM

    Submitted by Mums the word

    Getting up in the morning -- or anytime, for that matter -- is never easy. We've witnessed countless classmates miss vital midterms and interviews, either because they forgot to set their alarms or because they snoozed through their alarms. Frustrated by the opportunities missed as a result of peoples' inability to wake up and tendency to accidentally fall asleep, our team decided to create a motherly alarm system. Introducing MUM: A geo-location movement based non-intrusive alarm…

    • Mums the word Members
    • Dimitri Bouniol
    • Akshay Maheshwari
    • Igor Terzic
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    Anime Alert

    Submitted by LiNQ

    An innovative, expandable and flexible application available for Android powered phones. The app uses the immense processing power provided by the YQL to offer up to date information to the user. This amazing app was built under the motto of simplicity and is shown by minimalistic style of design. In this beta version of the app, it provides information queried using YQL to provide the user near instant updates on the latest episodes of Anime (a form of Japanese animation poplar among many y…

    • LiNQ Members
    • Lance Castillo
    • Norm Huang
    • Qays Poonawala
  30. 32

    2-D Rubik

    Submitted by LiteSleeper

    A two dimensional interpretation of a standard 3 x 3 Rubik's cube.

    • LiteSleeper Members
    • William Holloway
    • Jackson Callaway
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    DistractMeNot

    Submitted by

    (No demo. Incomplete, so nothing to really see.) Productivity enhancing extension for Chrome based on the 30-second delay proposed by http://xkcd.com/862/

    • Members
    • Ryan Mast
    • Michael Chuang
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    MUM

    Submitted by

    Getting up in the morning -- or anytime, for that matter -- is never easy. We've witnessed countless classmates miss vital midterms and interviews, either because they forgot to set their alarms or because they snoozed through their alarms. Frustrated by the opportunities missed as a result of peoples' inability to wake up and tendency to accidentally fall asleep, our team decided to create a motherly alarm system. Introducing MUM: A geo-location movement based non-intrusive alarm…

    • Members
    • Igor Terzic
    • Akshay Maheshwari
    • Dimitri Bouniol
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    Pulse in Motion

    Submitted by Pulse in Motion

    Entertainment is a huge part of our lives. We let you move. We let you control. We let you create your own beat. Pulse in Motion is a revolutionary step forward in expressing yourself.

    • Pulse in Motion Members
    • Jonathan Yung
    • Edgardo Leija
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    test

    Submitted by

    Test

    • Members
    • Test