Memphis-raised, MD Born, New York Home. Co-Founder and Software Engineer at Jotalog.com and Columbia University Computer Science undergraduate.
Coob Your Own Adventure is the world's first Augmented Reality MMORPG. After creating a character and choosing your class, the game engine asks questions to build a custom adventure that you can take in the real world.
What's better than 50 emails of spam in your inbox? 50 e-mails of spam that look like ASCII art, that's what.
An RPG gamification of Foursquare's Explore function.
SWATCHit is an innovative technology enabled Peer-to-Peer Platform connecting global designers with Emerging Market Artisans and overseas producers.
Thousands of Fashion Designers in the US and internationally outsource high-end embroidery work to India, a multi-billion dollar market encompassing fast fashion to couture luxury.
Managing communication, coordination and efficiency is fraught with complexities and frustrations as international designers navigate cultural, language and geographical barriers.
SWATCHits simple and easy to use, real-time web-based tool and mobile app offers a powerful technology solution that will save time and money that is wasted on incorrect sampling and production.
In promoting this platform, the CFDA would be a key stakeholder in supporting US designers to effectively outsource necessary production overseas, and optimise the iterative, creative and human design process. Designers will indeed be "closer" to manufacturers, in an increasingly globalised world.
SWATCHit offers a compelling business case with a robust revenue model from upfront fees and a subscription based model. Moreover, the data collected from overseas producers provides a powerful analytical tool and builds a profile of overseas suppliers that US designers can leverage, promoting trade and transparency.
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Butta Baby is a family friendly, multiplayer, butter churning game. Just churn it!
Pitting the two music platforms against each other using your listening history.
OpenGam.es is a web-based gaming platform that leverages mobile phones as input devices (controllers). Using the MEAN stack, we'll attempt to create a seamless platform that supports multiple players and a Tube (viewing screen). We'll leverage web sockets to quickly communicate player input to the game. We hope that this confluence of technologies will bring users back to the heyday of console gaming where friends sat around a tv and just played.
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