December 8, 2010
Fort Wayne, Ind.—A group of Indiana Tech students has developed an iPhone app which is now available as a free download through Apple’s app store.
Eight students collaborated on the project with guidance from Professor Robert Fontaine for their IS 4700 Senior Project course. The students performed the research, planning, programming, and marketing of the application. Students worked on different parts of the application, spending several hours a week programming in the newly built Mac lab in Zollner Engineering Center, and combined them to create the Indiana Tech App.
The student developers were:
Working within the confines of the requirements and abilities of the course, students concentrated on four main features: weekly student events, informational campus map, a Warrior mascot bobble head, and mobile broadcasting of Indiana Tech sporting events.
The application can be used on an iPhone or iPod Touch, and the students are developing a version for use on an iPad. For more information, visit http://iphone.indianatech.net.
For more information, contact: