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HackRU showcases student inventions

Students at last week’s hackathon showcased everything from goggles that put subtitles on reality to a glove that is also control device. “HackRU ...

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Supersized screens for smartphones have recently become a trend in the world of technology.

The “RU Tech Meet Up” held last Monday showcases experiences from prominent University figures as well as entrepreneurs in the technology field. Rutgers Mobile App Development club hosted the event.

Evernote is one of Tech Tuesday’s favorite apps to get work done. It can save photos, scan business cards and record audio notes, among other features.

“Rutgers Day” companion app, which is new this year, is available for download on iOS and Android. The app displays a map of Rutgers campuses and drops pins to show where different activities for the day will be taking place.

“Rutgers Day” companion app, which is new this year, is available for download on iOS and Android. The app displays a map of Rutgers campuses and drops pins to show where different activities for the day will be taking place.

Nearly 600 tech enthusiasts from across the country cram into the Louis Brown Athletic Center on Livingston campus for Rutgers’ largest hackathon event, HackRU.

 

HackRU attendee Nick Sahler, 19, gets technical by soldering parts to a circuit board.

The self-driving, intelligent robot, Navi, created by IEEE Rutgers.

 

Kite + Key is the first and only tech retail store on Rutgers Campus authorized to sell Apple products.

Laptops on display on Rutgers tech store Kite + Key. located on Livingston Campus.

Nis Frome presenting his teams design for the Rutgers 250th anniversary at the RU-TV building.

More than 150 students, faculty and local community members in attendance for the second edition of the RU Tech Meetup at the Cove in the Busch Campus Center in the fall of 2013.

Chris Ghanem, a Rutgers alumnus, who works for InnoviMobile, talks about the importance of the non-technical side of work.

“Tech Meetup,” held on Friday at the Busch Campus Center, witnessed a large crowd.

The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers presented their robot, Navi, at the event.

Kite+Key, located underneath the Livingston Apartment Building A, does not sell phones, but offers customers smartphone accessories.

Although the store’s interior design is reminiscent of an Apple store, Kite+Key sells a wide range of products.

More than 125 programmers, developers and students attended the Rutgers Tech Meetup Friday at the Busch Campus Center’s Cove. The event, hosted by Rutgers Mobile App Development Club and the Undergraduate Student Alliance of Computer Scientists, featured apps created by students and alumni.

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