Final Presentations

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Final Presentations will be held on Wednesday, 5/5/2010, 6-9pm in the Banatao Auditorium and Kvamme Atrium in Dai Hall.

Presentations start at 6pm, posters at 7:30pm.

Teams from three courses will present: CS160, INFO213, ART178

Directions to Dai Hall (CITRIS Headquarters)


Guest Judges



Transporter - A novel public transit iPhone application to help riders get around the Bay Area

MySchool Music - An iPhone app for learning fractions while making music

ShareWhere - creating rules for sharing real-time location

'phWarp - A mobile application that allows you to learn about your surroundings using historic images and information

Crohnology - Helps Crohn's disease patients capture, interpret, and act on information gathered from their observations of daily living (ODLs)

Mobile Web Annotation - Enables users to highlight, add, and retrieve notes to web pages in Mobile Firefox

Mobile CAPTCHA - Usable CAPTCHA Design for Mobile Devices

MeLo - Provides users with a way to add more personal and contextual information to location data

Closet App - Maintains a record of clothes in your closet and helps you put together and save outfits

A Good Choice - Helps users make informed purchasing decisions when confronted with a vast array of options


EECS Department | School of Information | IBM | Berkeley Center for New Media | Townsend Center Course Thread on Human-Centered Design

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