Four OSI Johnson City co-ops competed in the 2017 OSI Users
Conference Visualization Virtual Hackathon and took First Place
in the ‘OSI Internal’ division.
The team submitted “PROJECT-OPERATION-PI-TANGO-DOOM-3D” A proof
of concept for determining if Google's new Augmented Reality project, Google
Tango, would be useful and applicable to consumers of PI and its systems. The
students are Simon Boka (UT-Knoxville), John Burns (UT-Knoxville), Phillip
Little (Clemson) and Andrew Bathon (ETSU). They are working this semester
on the Interface and AF Development Teams at OSI in Johnson City.
Left to Right: Andrew Bathon, Phillip Little, John Burns, And Simon Boka
The Virtual Hackathon was the first of its kind at this s UC and lasted for the
3 weeks leading up to the Conference. Entries were submitted online.
Winners were selected on (1) Creativity and Originality (2) Potential Business Impact
(3) Technical Implementation (4) Data Analysis and Insight and (5) UI/UX.
Way to go students!