See some of the best projects I’ve done as a student!
(Trans)action In(sight). This webapp helps people itemize their receipts for corporate reimbursements. A 3rd-party optical character recognition (OCR) API scans the uploaded receipt. [Demo]
It's an augmented reality scavenger hunt. We made a quiz game in Unity where each question prompts you to find a QR in a specific room, which when scanned, renders a 3d object that answers the question (try this one 😉)! [Demo]
It stands for "Endangered Animal Species Tracker". Edge computing using drones is an emerging technology I wanted to try out to write such an application. Video footage is forwarded from a drone to an RCNN trained with transfer learning for live object detection on animals!
It's difficult for the deaf to communicate with sign language, but this becomes harder cross-culturally because each language carries its own set of sign language gestures. Sign Friendly is an Android app that translates between different sign languages.
Parade Events is a mobile app serving as an events platform for Northeastern students. Working with the Parade Team, I made some fixes to the frontend UI and built a recurring events feature into the app.
I've written a few Python scripts practicing machine learning topics for my CS2810: Mathematics of Data Models course and during my 2018 summer internship.
Google Flights Scraper
A scraper built in Express for Google Flights data using the Puppeteer library. Results are cached in a MongoDB Atlas instance for an hour.
Gathers geographical, clinical, and personnel contact history data from users and estimates the user's risk of COVID-19 infection with a Bayesian model. The diagnosis also provides an action plan to users according to their risk rating.
Inspired by Uber and AirBNB, RelieveÜ is a mobile app providing an on-demand private bathroom usage service.
Using the Neo4j graph DB to represent datasets of New England mailing addresses from 2005/2010/2014, our webapp produces insights, differences, and visualizations of the given data.