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The project that's currently being worked on is a browser extension. It's already been created for Google Chrome, but is a relatively large project with a lot of room for improvement, so being able to partner with one of the major browser companies would be very beneficial.
The exact details of what the extension will do is a bit secret since it's patented technology, but it's a voice-based technology.
There are other projects on the horizon that will eventually be made. Here's what currently looks interesting:
Chatbots are a bit outdated, and were more popular in previous years, but it might still be possible to create one that's fun that many people would be interesting in using.
I think developing a chatbot with a game-y context that's accessible through phone texting (SMS), from an app, or from a website could be a relevant project, but the topic of conversation would have to be planned thoroughly.
Microsoft's HoloLens is a very cool augmented reality headset. I've tried it, but honestly it feels a little gimmicky the first time you use it, and it would take a few hours to get used to it. Regardless, it's something very interesting.
Unfortunately, HoloLens is currently being marketed toward enterprise users (as opposed to individual consumers), and developing for AR requires using Unity and doing fullblown 3D graphics (which is basically full video game quality), so the barrier to entry is a bit high right now. If, in the future, cheaper headsets and better tutorials/SDKs (and a larger market) becomes available, then developing AR apps might be viable.
Amazon Alexa Skill
Amazon Alexa is a voice based service offered by Amazon for their devices. (Kind of like how Siri is used for Apple's iPhones/iPads and how Windows uses Cortana.) It's possible to develop "Skills" for Alexa to do specific tasks.
The Amazon "Echo", seen to the left, is the hardware that houses Alexa. At this point in time, many people have probably seen or used an Echo, but I don't think Echo's are widespread enough to be a good market to aim for. (Particularly, it's not as widespread as owning a phone, and even the people who do own an Echo will probably be reluctant to spend money or use it too often. It seems like a novelty, to me. )
We've developed the Alexa Skill "State Flash Cards" just to play with Alexa and say we tried it. (Here's a link to try it if you own an Echo.) It's a rather boring Skill, but at least we can say we developed for Alexa, right?
Windows 10 App
When Windows 10 came out, there were quite a few features that came with the default installation that most people would've preferred be disabled. (It was actually a pretty big deal back then, but currently no one cares.)
So back when Windows 10 was brand new, we developed a simple program written in C# that would disable these features by editing the registry keys associated with them. It was a nice project at the time, but the software isn't so useful anymore (since microsoft has made it more accessible to have these features disabled in the newer releases of Windows 10, so this program has been retired.
"Hacker Game" is an app where your role is to to be a hacker. There will be profiles of targets you must hack. You hack them by guessing their password. Upon a successful hack, you'll get a fun item they've hidden on their computer. For the blog post of how this app was created, click here. This app is currently available on the Amazon App Store and on Google Play. Check it out!
We've released an app called Jet Dodge for the Amazon App Store, for Google Play. It's completely free so give it a download. For the blog post of how this app was created, click here.