The CITRIS at UC Merced Mobile App Challenge finals were held on Friday, May 16, 2014. Congratulations to the finalists! Meet the winners below.
Crowd Favorite: Music Notes
Music Notes is an on the go music editing application designed for professional and amateur musicians. Taking inspiration from the concept of a notepad, it allows you to compose and play music quickly on your phone wherever you are. Team Members: Andrew Ibarra, Chris Chew, Connor Kanazawa, Robert Wang.
Most Creative Idea: Destructo
Destructo is an action, adventure first-person shooter that pushes the boundaries of multiplatform game development. Team Members: Anthony Popela, Brian Bamsch, Matthew Bucci, Nathaniel Lewis
Most Innovative Technology: Team Silver Ribbons
A potential medical application to diagnose and monitor Parkinson’s Disease. Team Members: Justin Htaung, Lawerence Lam, Nhan T. Dao, Peter Becich
Most Civically Minded: Zoo Team Tour App
A mobile application that displays information based on your location using QR codes and iBeacons. Inspired by Merced’s Applegate Park Zoo. Team Members: Alexis Ramirez, Ricardo Morillon, William M. Zeledon.
Most Sustainable Impact: Shower<Less
A shower timer app that tracks data on personal shower times and graphs your results either as the length of the shower or the volume of water used. Team Members: David Eighmey, Jeff Laird, Jordon Vida, Nick Fong
The Center for Information Technology Research in the Interest of Society (CITRIS) and the Banatao Institute drive interdisciplinary innovation for social good with faculty researchers and students from four University of California campuses – Berkeley, Davis, Merced, and Santa Cruz – along with public and private partners.
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