2009 Projects for Software Design for Handheld Devices

2009 Projects

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Bajek

Gomoku

A J2ME vesion of the game gomoku.  It is very similar in play to another game called pente.  The board looks like tictactoe and the goal is to get 5 in a row with a few other twists that keeps it more interesting than tictactoe.

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Cavanaugh

Minesweeper

Determine the location of deadly mines in this mobile port of a classic
computer game.

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Clopper

Lil Village

A J2ME childrens game. The goal is to collect all thirty available stars.  A simple adventure game with five educational mini-games.

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Dever

Bible Reader

A J2ME program which will allow the user to read the Bible from their phone. The user will be able to navigate to any chapter or verse. It will have an easy to use interface.

 

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Dylegowski

Social Dialer

An advanced contact list where the contacts are shown as images, which will be set by the user from a file or from the camera, if available. In order to call someone, you just select their image and hit the call button. Another advanced feature of this contact list is that the user can associate a contact with a social network (likely Twitter) in order to in order to get a contact's status.

 

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Ervin

Blackbery Robot Controller

This application will explore the multimedia, web services, and perhaps the accelerometer capabilities of the BlackBerry in order to develop the mobile underpinnings for a lightweight robotics control application. The application will be called CamBot.

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Ivanov

DCMetro

The application will allow a user to plan transportation on the Washington, D.C. Metro
system.

 
Okupe

NFL Box Score Parser

The NFL Box Score Parser is a J2ME MiDlet that pulls NFL data from an online server (in XML format) , parses the data and displays the box scores for a particular week (e.g week 4). Box scores are displayed with colorful graphics/images that mimic the look and feel of popular sports news franchises such as ESPN.

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Peters

PitchPipe

A virtual pitch pipe application for a T-Mobile G1 phone (HTC Dream) which runs on the Android platform. In a cappella singing, a pitch pipe is used so that every member can get the pitch of the song in their head before they start singing.

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Street

 

   
Werner

Scrabble

I am designing the game of Scrabble for a cellphone/hand-held device.

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