Applications developed by students during the course

Mobile Sudoku

Developed by: Hua Lu


The popular puzzle solving game Sudoku will be implemented for mobile phones. A player just needs to push arrow button and digital buttons to solve a puzzle displayed on the phone screen. A lot of puzzles are stored on the phone, together with their corresponding solutions. A player can select any of them to play, all of which are categorized into different difficulty levels. When a puzzle game is being played, the player can choose to save the current status and stop. Later the player can reload the game and resume. If the player requires, a game can be timed. In this case, a game must be finished or given up without being saved for reloading later. Some advanced features may be supported if the time permits. Each player can have a nickname and a database storing all her game records on the phone. Via Bluetooth, different players can exchange puzzles, solutions, or saved games for sharing and helping purposes. New puzzles can be downloaded from the Internet.





Bluetooth GPS tracker

Developed by: Javier López Rubio  - Jeremy Leresteux


The Bluetooth tracking tool allows the user to control all the places he has visit and who was seen during all the trips, the software uses together the GPS (Global Positioning System) capabilities plus the Bluetooth capabilities of the N95 mobile phone.




Baby alarm

Developed by: Thomas Skinner-Larsen, Henning G. Hørstrup


The application provides an alarm system to monitor children. The application gives a warning signal if the kid gets too far away, that is if the Bluetooth device he is carrying gets out of reach. 



GPS/Google maps locator

Developed by: Nicolai F. Larsen, Mads H. Frederiksen, Bjarni T. Haraldsson


This application provides a framework to locate devices via Google maps using the phones builtin GPS.



GYM log

Developed by: Niels K. H. Rasmussen


The idea behind this application is to store how many repetitions and load for exercises in the gym. Every time an exercise is done you will type in repetitions and load of the exercise and then the application should make a overview of the results. For every week it should be possible to follow the progress in the exercises.
The background motivation is that many people have a good program in gym made by an instructor but few now how they progress in the program.





Developed by: Morris Filippi, Umberto Ceresani


The application retrieves the questions from a server and prompt them to the phone. It provides results once the set of answers has been answered.





Developed by: Andrzej Jarzyna


This is a tourist guide application, where you create some points of interests on a map and when the phone gets closer to one point, an audio, video file is played.




SMS/Call blocker

Developed by: Jens Henrik Rauff Hanasen


Today the mobile is used as communication tool between lots of young people. The back part is that younger people find it much easier to pick on each other. This tool will be able to remove the ability of a mocker to contact the person with this program installed.




Don´t Touch!

Developed by: Majd Ali Irshaid, Daniel Pellitero Meseguer


“Don´t touch” is an application used to avoid your mobile being stoled or to know when someone tries to use it without any permission.
If the mobile is moved or touched, it would ask you about a password defined by the owner. If the person does not enter the password correctly, the mobile would take a photo in that instant, send a mms with the photo.




Sensor alarm using camera

Developed by: Claudio Perrucci, David Lopez Izal


This application provides a framework for motion detection. It can be used in many scenario, but in this version it is used as an security monitor. The phone is placed in a room and as soon as a motion is detected, it sends an MMS to a predefined number with the picture of the room.




Quadratic equations

Developed by: Tomas Musil


This application will calculate the roots of an equation using the quadratic formula, taking into account imaginary numbers and double roots.



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