Command forth the memes with your voice! Populate the screen with memes that are based on what you say. By Kaity Colbert, Sudhana Lai, Rithik Bansal, Conrad Dudziak, and Emily Krasser.
Using .Json Libraries from data.gov and kingcounty API's our team created a website that shows income levels by zipcode. Used multiple .js, CSS, and HTML files to create a website. This website represented data of income across every zipcode in King County. Also worked on correlating college tuition to median income levels in each zipcode in King County. By Alex Young, Kevin Hsu, Will Nelson, Jarod Guerrero, and Daniel Yan.
A webGL game built using the Unity Engine featuring modern internet A E S T H E T I C. By Bill Pham, Victor Suciu, Youssef Beltagy, and Hamza Siddiqui.
A very small technology-based forum, built using Common Lisp with Hunchentoot. By Samuel Hunter.
Find and add parking spots for bikes. By Max, Jason, Jojo, and Andrew.
Students can submit recipes, saved to a JSON "database" on Firebase. By Andrew Witecha, Cheng Kong, and Haya.
The social media site for CROBS. Caw with fellow crobs at crobber.rodeo.
Made Tic-Tac-Toe from scratch and is playable with background music.
Parking App Capacity Meter.
Party games for all college kids. By Julian Ngo, Evangeline A., Max P., Josef M., Austin G., and John K..
Take a walk down memory lane. Remember the roots of web-development. Make your website a B-website. By Petra, Alina, Robert, Maria, and Keziah.
Microsoft Internet on a Floppy clone. The citizens of some countries with unreliable Internet connections rely on flash drives filled with Internet content to access information. Our project aims to make it simple to produce such devices from a dump of Internet content.
Machine Learning Predictive model of diabetes in patients, for hospital use. By Chelsea Ip, Kayla Sprage, Marcela Gomez, Edmund Chan, and Ardalan Ahanchi.
This is a travel website made by Asians for Asians. By Tri Nguyen, John Xie, Cole Liu, Francis Tran, and Jolene Truong.
A guide to fine wine. By David, Eddie, Chris, Wilbert, and Lucas.
Virtual Presenter Pro is a virtual reality based tool that helps people to grow more confident with public speaking and improve their public speaking skills.