This page catalogues some of my personal projects.
Deck of Cards Workout
After taking a java based OOP class, I decided to apply what I had learned to re-create the crossfit “Deck of Cards” workout. At the time, there wasn’t a good deck of cards workout app on Android. Most were horribly out of date or lacked key features, such as the ability to save workouts, adding special cards, applying multipliers, or even just having a workout timer. I decided to add all of these items into my own app. I can’t speak for today, but at the time of release, it was the best DOC workout app on the Android Google Playstore.
During my Software Engineering 1 class, I led a team of four students who created the AlienFarm Android app. The program was created with the Unity game engine. I was head programmer and team lead. This was made when games like “Flappy Bird” were popular. This game mimics the same high score gameplay model. The object of the game is to get as many of your sheep as far as possible. The score is based on how many sheep survive, how far they each go, and what power ups you collect along the way. The levels are close to randomly generated and the game speeds up with time. If you download the game, be aware it is EXTREMELY difficult.
MeetBetweenClass was an IOS app I made specifically for Dr. Jerry Perez as an independent studies class credit. Everyone had short breaks between classes in their schedule, and usually this time was completely wasted. My goal was to allow students with similar break time to communicate. Students would set the time of their breaks in the app, and students who had the same break would populate in their screen. Instant messaging could then occur.
Sprog was my Senior Capstone project. Once again, I was head programmer and team lead. The idea was to make a bluetooth proximity tracker for parents to help keep track of their kids in certain situations. The child would have a wearable similar to a fitbit. The device would sync up to an android app on the parent’s phone. When in a crowded area such as a theme park, subway station, mall, etc., the parent could activate the device. A signal to arm the device would then be sent to the wearable. If at any point after the device was armed the bluetooth signal was lost, a loud alarm would sound on both the parent’s phone and on the wearable.
The prototype wearable was implemented using an Intel Galileo board. Establishing bluetooth communication between the board and the app was my responsibility. Not only was I able to successfully implement and demonstrate the connection, I was the first person in the history of Dr. Sunho Lim’s Senior Capstone class that had been able to do it. Several other programming groups had tried and failed to implement bluetooth on the Intel Galileo. Resources generated by my team such as the following document, are still used to assist Dr. Sunho Lim’s students who are using bluetooth.
Final Report & Vital Resources
Final Report & Vital Resources
Sprog Travis Lipe William Weld Justin Lowe Senior Capstone Project Texas Tech University 2016 Introduction During the stressful ending of last semester, Travis Lipe became a father. He now has a son that he wo…
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