1st Place: Ecominate (CSCI 404)
Team Members: Jake Leventhal and Uri Rahimi
Ecominate is a SaaS startup that offers a suite of software tools for sellers, agencies, and consultants on Amazon. Ecominate was built from scratch up over the course of the semester and now has over a hundred beta users and counting (as of 4/5/19). The software will be available as a paid subscription in mid to early summer.
2nd Place: Project Icarus (CSCI 491b)
Team Members: Mark Yampolsky, Izzy Rees, Quiana Dang, Gautam Paranjape, Shing-Hoi Lau, Brandon Ho, Miles Yang
Project Icarus is a multiplayer VR arena shooter where players ascend to greatness in a crucible of intense and kinetic combat. Using our proprietary locomotion software, Lean Motion, players can use their bodies to control their flight in a way that is incredibly immersive and unlikely to induce motion sickness – our motion system is unique within the VR industry. Project Icarus is a multidisciplinary team with students from Viterbi, Cinematic Arts, Thornton, Marshall, and other USC schools.
3rd Place: Electrooculography Headset for the Diagnosis of Visual Neglect (BME 405)
Team Members: Alexander Chung, Aliyah Arunasalam, Helena Gan, Rafael Maarek
Physicians who treat stroke patients currently have no objective means to diagnose visual neglect, a condition that prevents affected individuals from attending to stimuli in regions of their visual fields. Our team designed and developed a low-cost headset for the diagnosis of visual neglect. The headset displays images at specific locations and tracks resulting eye movements using electrooculography (EOG) sensors.
For a list of all the projects and their descriptions, check out the Senior Design Expo Program.