Student
Projects

Coder Camps challenges students to build a variety of projects during the program. Students work in groups and on individual projects.

Solving real problems with the latest technology.

Triple Threat Table Tennis

table tennis image

Project Description

Triple Threat Table Tennis Tracker is a real-time tracking system that uses Microsoft's Xbox One Kinect sensor. The system tracks table tennis balls through space and can determine when a point should be awarded by using the Kinect sensors HD Camera and IR Camera to see and plot the ball in 3D space.

Student Engineers

Matthew Ploor
Christian Wunder
Richard J. Charay

Technologies Employed

C# (Learned in class), WPF, XAML, SQL, Google Material for WPF (Credit: Butcher Boy), Xbox One Kinect Sensor, Kinect SDK v2.0, Azure, Code First DB Creation, Data Visualization Toolkit, Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio, Microsoft Visual Studio 2015 Community, Source control handled by Source Tree and GitHub

Knowledge Portal

knowledge portal

Project Description

Created to work with the Coder Camps curriculum for students in need of academic assistance throughout their program of study. The “Get Help” link will redirect students to the program, where questions can be asked, answered and discussed by other students, alumni, and staff members. This was also created as a learning tool for current students, as the project is coded in separate linking projects (or microservices) to be taken down and “re-built” by the students. The original code can be put back in place as the default code.

Student Engineers

Justin Fleming
Angelina James
Rosa Andrews
Angadreme Hill

Technologies Employed

Bootstrap, HTML, Angular Material, jQuery, JavaScript (JS), TypeScript (TS), Es6, AngularJS, AJAX, Node, Express, Mongodb, Mongoose, MVC, NPM, Bower, Atom, mLab

Gigue

Gigue

Project Description

Full-Stack web application designed to allow musicians and people searching for talent to connect with each other and created a mobile application on the Android platform using Xamarin and MS Azure.

Student Engineers

James Kulon
Joel Hardisty
Geoffrey Burley
Bob Townsend

Technologies Employed

C# and JavaScript to develop backend controllers and WEB API to process AJAX and JSON information to client. Generated front-end of web application using TypeScript, C#, HTML5 and CSS3 to provide client controllers and UI/UX, XAMARIN, Azure, C#, VisualStudio, Android

Mean Build

Mean Build

Project Description

This app creates full stack applications right from your command line. The production time for creating full stack applications is minimized considerably by entering questions prompted in the command line. The website also utilizes token based authentication, which leads to more depth in security.

Student Engineers

Erik Larson
Jack O’Neil
Donte Bruce
Drew Williams

Technologies Employed

HTML, Bootstrap, AngularJS, SASS, jQuery, Gulp, Node.js, MongoDB, MLab, Git

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