About Bananium

Bananium Labs was formed in November 2017 when we decided to create an organization in which we could organize our various software projects, Git repositories, and hackathon submissions into one place. Never again would we have to have the hour-long debate surrounding whose account to associate our code to. What started as a small group of three developers grew quickly, as we began to look for more members to attend hackathons and help with our projects. So far, we have attended 3 hackathons (all of our projects are showcased below). We're also interested in game development- our game projects are organized within Two Terabyte Studios.

Bananium Labs is based at Monta Vista High School, in Cupertino, California. If you are a web developer at Monta Vista, and are familiar with HTML, CSS, JavaScript, TypeScript, AngularJS/2, PHP, Ionic/NativeScript, ReactJS, NodeJS, Ruby, Python, Polymer, and/or another similar language or framework, we want to meet with you! Email us to let us know if you're interested in membership or collaboration.

Projects

ElectroTab

ElectroTab

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The ultimate modular New Tab Page! Create your own widgets and rearrange them however you wish. All configuration settings are saved by account- login using your email, Google, or Github. Change the themes, color, and more!

Honeydue

Honeydue

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2017 Firebird Hacks Submission

Winner - Best .tech Website!

Responsive cross-platform app which intelligently generates schedules to help you stay focused on your homework!

Written using Angular2 + Nebular.

Cupertino IntelliMaps

Intellimaps

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2017 <hack> Cupertino Hackathon submission

Mobile app for reporting community issues such as crime and road repair. Submitted reports are saved to our database and can be read from the admin console where they can be resolved.

Aspicio

Aspicio

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2017 Mountain View Hacks submission

Instead of walking with a cane or some other aid, visually impaired people walk around with their phone with Aspicio running. The lightweight app built with angular takes constant pictures and connects to a python based server to analyze the photos. With the use of powerful GPU's in the cloud, the image is processed almost instantly and sent back to the phone which gives vibration and sound feedback if an obstacle is there.

Developers

Ben Cuan
@dbqeo
UI/UX Developer
Team Admin
Hackathon Team [3]
Eric Qian
@EnumC
Full Stack Developer
Team Admin
Hackathon Team [3]
Vikram Peddinti
@DarkFlameX1
UI/UX Developer
Team Admin
Hackathon Team [2]
Viraj Shitole
@vrjmath
Mobile Developer
Hackathon Team [3]
Omar Hossain
@Epicrider
Backend Developer
PR/HR
Hackathon Team [2]
Matthew Park
@MP
Mobile Developer
Hackathon Team [1]