HackSC 2014 took place on November 7th-9th at the University of Southern California.
Pictures from the event will be posted soon!
Have questions or want to get involved next year? Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Using semantic features of files and a clustering algorithm, Fluster can logically group your files into a directory.
Gezure is a gesture based wireless video streaming app that utilizes the Myo armband.
Lynx allows you to authenticate using TouchID on your iPhone instead of remembering all those pesky passwords.
A fast-paced “hot potato” iOS game that ultimately encourages users to collectively try out new experiences through an implemented dare system.
Using an Oculus Rift, Dreadmill allows you to race through a Unity-built game world full of the undead while in real life beating your love handles on a modified, Arduino-controlled treadmill.
With JARVIS2 (Journey on Automobile Replaced with Virtually Intelligent System-2) one can travel to anyplace in virtual reality.
With real-time data reporting, HealthTag helps to analyze and detect possible outbreaks of diseases for every group of people over the globe.
iFollow uses Remote Image Processing to search for targets and remotely, autonomously control a quadcopter.
Using LeapMotion technology, AirJockey is a software that will allow musicians to mix audio in the air with only a LeapMotion device.