IMT1102 Production Practices
Have you ever lost something? Of course you have, we all have its New York for god sakes. Found Hound is a service, along with an application that attempts to remedy this situation and streamline it for 2014. If you’ve ever had to deal with the mta or NY taxi’s lost and found systems you know that there is room for improvement. Utilizing a user network of thousands Found Hound has eyes on the ground in the form of you and me. Essentially anybody with a smartphone (and a warm heart) who has the app can quickly pull up a message board or feed showing most recent claims of lost items nearest them. For example if I was riding my bike and checked my watch at 96th street and at my destination of 110th discover my watch missing I would quickly pull the app up and enter to the best of my knowledge where there may be a watch. This posts to a dynamic feed that can be viewed by anyone. Once again another question arises one grounded heavily in moral values. What’s stopping these people from stealing the item? Well, nothing is. This works on an honor system, and look at it this way. If you have no idea where your item is, isn’t is practically lost anyways? Moving on, once the person locates the item can coordinate with the owner and subsequently drop it off at one of our hubs around the city. We store these items with a name so we know who it belongs to.
IMT1102 Production Practices
Nafis Sabir 09/29/2014
Today it’s a pretty simple thing to go shoe shopping right from a mobile phone. However, finding the exact same shoe, you saw you frenemy wearing, isn’t as simple. The marketplace has quite a few shoe shopping applications, but none of them solve this problem that many an avid shoe lover has faced. Shoe Diva is a woman’s shoe app geared towards the true heel enthusiast. One of the best features of the app is the ability to identify a shoe, by simply taking a picture of it. You may never ask your wife about “a man on a horse” or “the local library”, but
“Have you seen my favorite shirt?” is pretty commonplace.
Heart-Code is an application for the individual that wants to know more about the foods that go into their system and how it affects them. It’s geared towards at risk users; users that may be borderline diabetic or those with high blood pressure. This application monitors the individual and their intake. Allowing them a variety of choices with the latest medical research on foods. Heart-Code will reference the USDA National Nutrient and Open Product databases in order to provide users the ability to seamlessly scan their favorite products and acquire up to the minute information.
Data Set : http://www.buzzle.com/articles/truth-or-dare-questions-for-teens.html
Memovia – Memory / Trivia Game App
Short-term memory loss can occur because of aging, injury, stress, or other side effects of drug use. Though it will take time, patience, and dedication, there is a way to improve your memory.
Memovia is a two in one game app. Each level has a memory tile game and a trivia question. Memory games are good to play as they boost your memory and also helps people with short-term memory. Memovia can help people practice, concentrate, and expand the ability to store the information on their mind longer.
Dimple’s Ideation Scenario Sheet for Memovia