I had to start from somewhere, right? My journey began my freshman year of High School. From then on, I was a high school hacker. Below are the list of hackathons I've been to (in chronological order).
Over the years, I have created things that I am proud of.
Here are a few!
This was a hack I made at HackBCA. This is where my coding journey began.
I started working on this website and learned so much in the process! I started making this webstite on October 24, 2014 and I'm still working on it! Check out last years website!
This was a project my team and I made at HackRPI. This project also won a catagory at HackRPI!
We want to solve the all-too-common problem that people have a really hard time communicating to find where each other are. We're the all-in-one tool to help people find each other, especially in small places. People shoot out Flares, geotagged posts with text and images, to various channels that others can subscribe to.
At the time of the annoncement of the Apple Watch, a developer released a QR code type app, in which you would tape a code on your arm and scan it with your iPhone to see what an Apple Watch would look like on your wrist. We implemented that code onto the Pebble, to give a more comfortable represntation of the Apple watch.
To combat the stress of college, my team and I created an enviorment in Unity. This was submitted at Kent Hack Enough and was placed in the top 5.
HoloCode was a HoloLens application that was created to immerse students into the world of programming. Nowadays, students have low attention spans. To combat this, we created a platform in which students can experince a brand new world, a world of mixed reality, and witniss the power of code, all while programming in real time. This was submitted to MHacks X and recieved an unofficial second place for "Best use of Microsoft technology". On top of that, Jay Freeman also took interest in our work. For those that don't know, Jay Freeman is the founder of the orignal iPhone jailbreak and is someone who I look up to.
Using IBM Watson, we created a platform that read news articles on a certain stock, analysized the article to figure out if it was suggesting to buy or sell the stock, looked at the market, and then advised the user to either sell or buy the stock. This was submitted to hackPSU fall 2017 and recieved first place for the "Best use of IBM Watson" category.
Change doesn't just happen. You have to ignite it.
I created this project to help students who were dealing with emotional pain. It was completly anonomous from their end, unless they choose to reveal their identity. We spoke to stuednets about issues, ranging from depression to lonliness. It was a very interesting experince. Unfortunatly, this project was discontinued, due to a lack of time on our end.
I am a intern at Hackware, this being my second year. I'm currently a web developer for this project. This company was created for the sole reason of renting out hardware to hackathon organizers and individuals who wanted to test out hardware for programming purposes. We are a cheaper and faster alternative for the budgeted hackathons across the US.
One day I was in chinese class and I was complaining about freezing to death. At the time, I was wearing a sweater and sweatpants. My friend looked at me, dead in the eyes, and told me "think about the homeless man" and just turned away. At that moment, I realized how lucky I was to have what I had. And at that moment, I decided to help the best way I could. I grabbed a team of people, we raised aboutt $300, bought a load of chlothes (about 11~12 bags worth), and donated it all. We plan on doing this every year, this being the first year.
Life behind a lens
This is the youtube channel I will be uploading my films and other higher quality edits. I to eventually be able to
grüpacity is the name of the creative district of the consulting firm I currently work at. I work as a video editor and work on many types of video projecets.
Need to talk? I'm all ears.