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Medicine Bits was curated with the help of staff and fellow students while attending Georgia State University. For logical and precise details on why Medicine Bits is beta test blog, read The Evolution of Medicine Bits. We enjoyed learning and sharing exchanges about neuroscience, cognitive development, and software engineering. We believe the true value is in our projects such as behavioral and clinical research app development using Research Kit, brain computer interfaces by studying Emotiv, data analysis, and compiling machine learning models on iOS devices. In pursuit of each goal in a seemingly logical fashion, we've explored topics such as designing EEG experiments for studying the brain, 2D game development in Unity, the internet of things, and iOS frameworks. The journey to create this beta site challenges our own growth by stretching our knowledge through volunteer hours in healthcare and by competing in hackathons held by Harvard University, the University of California, Emory University, Georgia Tech, as well as Georgia State University. We also dive into fun side projects such as CandleLight which is somewhat of a remake of Uber but primarily for transportation to pharmacies when patients don't have access to delivery services.
For further information or inquiries please email Laurence@MedicineBits.com and thank you for checking out our website!
Bracelet One™ provides African-Americans with assistance to digital healthcare for handling Type 2 diabetes diagnosis. The app accepts payments to assess, record, present analysis, and deliver health documents in real-time. The app also includes 1-on-1 communication with a certified clinician. 1-on-1 communication is only available during the scheduled appointment times designated by the clinician similar to a healthcare appointment.
The overall arching goal of the application is community literacy, donating research to the National Institute of Mental Health, and expanding the application with computer vision to assist with a diverse range of diagnosis.
BeLive is a consulting project and their homebase is in the Atlanta Tech Village, the fourth largest tech hub in the world. It's been an absolute pleasure to assisting with such an innovative product and we're all on edge waiting for the release.
As a part of the MSS Team at Turner Broadcasting which was considered as the technology Wal-Mart for Turner Broadcasting due to servicing all of Turner's major brands such as CNN Money, CNN, NBA, NASCAR, Cartoon Network, and many more to name. Laurence Wingo's role was to implement sandbox environments to thouroughly test software before being released to the public. Connect with Laurence Wingo on Linkedin.
A recent public success in 2018 includes the emoji app called Femmoji which is a partnership between Getty Images and Eboticon. Together with Eboticon, we've worked together to release over 11 emoji applications such as NotKarltonBanks (Instagram comedian), Eboticon (multiracial skin tone emojis), and themed stickers. Eboticon is a animated emoji app development company that has successful partnerships with instagram celebrities and Getty Images. Our role at Eboticon included maintaining new in-app purchases, creating team provisioning profiles to on-board new team members, and deploying production as well as test apps. Learn more about Eboticon.
THE STATE WAY!
As the co-founder of the Georgia State University PantherHackers iOS Workshop, we provide a learning environment for students to build iOS applications together from the ground up each week.
After just one semester, we'll prepare you to go on to develop your own apps and receive internships in the industry. Learn more about the workshop.
Candlelight™ is a remake of a well known transportation app but this time as a pharmacy transportation service app for anyone who is unable to travel alone to pick-up their medicine.
Learning computer programming architecture hasn’t been an easy story to articulate but as a Human Learning and Development advocate we land a delicate balance between classical mythology, counseling, and programming which continues the creation of something thrilling. From designing apps for kids to discovering heartfelt discussions about design patterns, testing, and coding logic. Circa April 2019.
As a proponent of increasing our knowledge, we help community organizations such as Digital Learners to Leaders. DLL is a funded organization at Georgia State University that provides immersive summer programs for students considering higher eduction to learn e-sports, robotics, and 2D game development through code. Throughout the year the founder also provides an iOS development workshop through Georiga State University's Panther Hackers organization on Thursdays during Fall and Spring semesters. Here is an example of instruction for test-driven development in Swift: