An app buliding competition organized by the House of Representatives. Every year teams of middle or high school students from different congressional districts across the US compete to create and submit original apps for smartphones.
Our LAAE members have particpated in the CAC for many years, creating a variety of apps for smartphones that tackle real world issues
This project is one of the first major projects for the school year, and is mostly managed by LAAE’s Information Technology Team, but is open to all students within the program as well.
“Drop Saver” was made to confront the water scarcity issue, caused by the drought in California. The app works by having a user input the amount of time they use a water source. the app will then give the user an estimation of how much water they may be using, which can allow for the user to take action on their water usage.
Team: Andrew Rojas, Santiago Torres, and Eric Liu
The app, “Election Connection” was created to inform the public about what propositions and laws were being voted on, as well as informing them about the politicians who were running too.
Team: Santiago Torres, Jason Kwan, Christopher Leung, Christopher Jhaveri
The app, “MooBike” aims to improve the transportation culture in populated cities and reduce greenhouse gas emission globally, through encouraging individuals to travel on bikes.
Team: Vicky Zhai and Amy Tam
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