Cornell Vet School Pet Health App
The Cornell Vet School iPhone Pet App is a comprehensive pet management system for the iPhone & iPod Touch that focuses on nutrition tracking for dogs and cats. Users will be able to find out the amount of KCals in various pet foods and construct diets so as to help their pets get to and maintain their ideal weight. The system will also allow for tracking of immunizations, medications, and other useful pet medical information. I work as a project organizer and software developer for the program.
This project was done through CS5150 in cooperation with the Cornell Vet School and is aimed for deployment in early 2010 on the App Store.
Current Status: Preparing for Submission
Method To My Madness
Method To My Madness is a cross-platform C++ serious game aimed at teaching figurative language (idioms) to pre-adolescent children with Asperger's through Natural Language Processing (NLP) and interactive gameplay.
Developed during the 2009 Ithaca College REU, this software is aimed at being a research tool into the effectiveness of serious games in teaching children on the Autism Spectrum.
Current Status: Alpha build on Mac, Windows
Gesamtkunstwerk, or "integrated artwork", is a program that is aimed at making the process of creating photographic mosaics easier.
Coded in Java, this program utilizes the Google AJAX API in order to make relevant, continual image searches and save the images to the local disk drive. If the user puts in "Iraqi War", the program should be able to continue to search for related imagery using similar keyword searches so as to get the thousands of pictures sometimes necessary for a unique photographic mosaic.
Current Status: Proof of Concept
IthacaQuest is a program originally created in the CS2111 Java Practicum course in conjunction with Kevin Dolan.
Coded in Java, this program acts as a Google Maps/MapQuest clone for the Ithaca area, utilizing the TIGER/Line dataset provided by the US Census Bureau for Tompkins County. It has a very basic GUI and gives basic directions.