This checklist application (built for Dr. Samir Desai) is designed to reduce medical errors. The application consists of the iPhone app and the online
control panel. Foley Rounds has been adopted for use by the Baylor College of Medicine, and it is funded by a grant from the Alliance for Academic Internal Medicine.
The Lettuce is a satirical newspaper
that is both printed and available online
. When a new issue comes out, the app sends a notification to the user. The app was released on Google Play
devices and the App Store for iPhones
. The iOS source code is available on GitHub
, as described in this blog post
app is designed to teach students how to balance chemical equations. The application is available for iPhones
devices. It has been adopted by middle school teachers in the SRVUSD for use by hundreds of eighth grade science students, and has been included in Google Play for Education. The full source code for the Android and iOS apps is available on GitHub
BounceMe, a short puzzle
game, was created in 2011. The game involves capturing orange boxes with a red ball. It was designed for Android
and iOS devices. The game has 16 levels, in addition to a survival mode which randomly generates arenas for the user to play in. BounceMe has amassed thousands of installations since its creation.
game was designed in 2009, attracting about 5000 total downloads. Users shoot meteors with a spaceship and earn points. Rocket Defender Man was developed for multiple platforms - iOS, Android
. On iOS, there is a store where users can buy temporary invincibility and other power-ups.