Lighthouse Labs Demo Day (May Web + iOS cohorts)
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
#300 - 128 W Hastings Ave
Demo Day is back! Our new grads are about to start their careers as professional developers. But first, they want to show off what they’ve learned to build in just 8 weeks with us!By popular demand, we’ve also moved it back to a Friday!
**Registration is required on the Picatic here: https://www.picatic.com/demodayjune26**
You can expect free food (if you’re there in time – they always go fast!), free beer, an incredible network of developers and entrepreneurs, and some awesome projects!
6:00pm to 6:30pm: Doors open, networking, food, beer!
6:30pm to 7:30pm: Introductions from our Head Instructors and Founders, followed by project presentation from each group.
7:30pm to 8:00pm: Your chance to talk with each group of students individually! They will set up booths in our space where you can interact with their project directly and ask them whatever questions you may have! This is also your chance to vote for your favourite project!
8:00pm: Based on the voting, the winner of the People’s Choice Award is announced! The night is wrapped up, and everyone is free to go about their night.
Word On The Street – Ben, James, Jody
Drop virtual ‘pins’ for specific ‘recipients’ at real, physical locations. The ‘pins’ would contain a text-based message plus potentially other media (eg. photo). Recipients would be other ‘users’ of the app and so the target could be either a single user or potentially a group and even the public at large. These ‘pins’ would only be retrievable when the ‘recipient’ is within a certain physical perimeter of the ‘pins’ location. The goal is to port to hybrid web app and ship to the Google Play Store. Co-Pilot – Vincent, Ramtin, Matt
Road trip planner to help you plot your adventures as you travel from point A to point B. Offers points of interest to the user to help them find things to do, based on their location at that time, to stretch their legs, spend a few hours visiting somewhere along the way. The user will have the ability to change the route on the fly and the directions to those choices will be updated automatically to simplify the directions aspect. Mana Match-Quest – Kevin, Will, Steve
Tinder for Music – Ian and Aaron
Users can like (or dislike) a song without seeing the artist. The app will only display the cover album art, with no description of song name or artist name. An adventurous way to dig through music.
Code Monkey – Vinny
Code Monkey is a platform based game with a custom game physics engine (not using pre-build SpritKit physics engine) designed solely for giving the user an optimal gaming experience. Designed to depict the experience of a coding bootcamp student.
Value Faces – Jian
Improve your emotional intelligence and decision-making by selecting your values and creating action cards surrounding them.
Danger Tree Assessment – Abbey and Alain
Making life easier for Danger Tree Assessors by processing information significantly faster, with up to date maps, and give them the ability to reference individual trees.
Send-A-Raven – Jeremy
A non-instant messaging app where you send messages to your friends at the speed of a literal bird.
Want to know more about Lighthouse Labs’ program? Read about it here: www.lighthouselabs.ca