This was project where we made an Alexa skill with Mint. It would allow users to check their finances with their Echo. It was secure because we used Usher, a service for signing in, and a passcode. This project won Best FinTech Hack.
During UGA Hacks 2018, we worked on a device that helps someone monitor how much their friends drink by using wristbands. When someone drinks, the DD (Designated Driver) updates that on their phone. When they reach their limit, the LEDs on their wristband light up. It helps people from drinking too much. We used Raspberry Pi's and MQTT protocol to complete this hack. It was tough to complete because UGA doesn't have the best wireless internet.
This was my project for the Georgia Tech Research Institute.
During my senior year of high school, I worked at the Georgia Tech Research Institute as an intern. For this project my group decided to use the Robot Operating System on multiple Raspberry Pi's to monitor a room. A user could access a portal which would allow them to get a live view of the room as well as the humidity and temperature.