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CUHK Mobile (iPhone)

 

CUHK Mobile aims at helping students, staff, alumni and visitors of The Chinese University of Hong Kong to know more about our University and get the latest campus updates anywhere anytime. By using your mobile devices - iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad - you can access the various information easily.

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Manga_Me (iPhone)

 

MangaMe enables you to generate manga background drawings with an input photograph -- from simple line drawing to awe-inspiring complex screening drawings.

MangaTech website
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Picment Lite (iPhone)

 

Picment "colors the World".
Picment allows you to stay in your city and see how the others see their places in the other part of the World. Please help us to color the World by taking and uploading photos of your city . ; )

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Mindblowing (iPhone)

 

A mind map is a diagram used to represent words, ideas, tasks, or other items linked to and arranged around a central key word or idea.

Mind maps are used to generate, visualize, structure, and classify ideas, and as an aid in study, organization, problem solving, decision making, and writing.

Mindblowing website
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ERGMosaics (iPhone)

 

Winner of the CUHK Faculty of Engineering 20th Anniversary Apps Design Competition!

ERGMosaics is a simple, yet powerful photo app that creates AWESOME and DELICATE mosaic photos for you. Can you imagine how thousands of small photos can compose your face? Do you want to show off your cool photos with astonishing artistic effects? Go try it out and have fun!

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CUTube (Android)

 

Winner of the CUHK Faculty of Engineering 20th Anniversary Apps Design Competition!

We implemented an augmented reality of our campus. The points of interest in the augmented reality are the teaching buildings of CUHK. They are put on the screen of mobile devices using the results of computation from the latitude, longitude and altitude of the building, the signals from the global positioning system (GPS) satellites and the orientation of the mobile devices. The users could search for the locations of the buildings using the CUTube.

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