RJI Tech Showcase 2014

The 2014 Tech Showcase gave a first look at some of the projects and ideas students and others have been working on at the Missouri School of Journalism and elsewhere. Presentations included the 2013-2014 RJI Student Competition winner and other tech-related capstone class projects.

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RJI Tech Showcase features innovative work of students at Missouri School of Journalism and MU
April 30, 2014

Young minds. Innovative technologies. Challenges in the journalism industry. Mix it all together and you've got the ingredients from this year's RJI Tech Showcase.

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  • Runway Radar student team

    RJI Tech Showcase 2014
    Runway Radar student team
    April 29, 2014

    Computer science/information technology students and journalism students enrolled in the University of Missouri Collaborative Mobile Application Development course present Runway Radar, an app that utilizes iBeacon technology.
  • QPark capstone team

    RJI Tech Showcase 2014
    QPark capstone team
    April 29, 2014

    QPark's objective is to improve the current parking system for the University of Missouri and possibly other city parking lots. It will provide a faster means to perform the daily duties of parking employees such as ticketing or checking if a parked car is paid for.
  • Project Independent capstone team

    RJI Tech Showcase 2014
    Project Independent capstone team
    April 29, 2014

    The record label Strange Music needs to join the mobile world. Project Independent, an IT capstone team made up of Josh Valdivieso and Jonathan Plotkin, is developing an iPhone application to serve as a hub for what the label has to offer, helping Strange Music reach out to fans more easily and give them a way to connect to their favorite artists.
  • Muse Runway student team

    RJI Tech Showcase 2014
    Muse Runway student team
    April 29, 2014

    Computer science/information technology students and journalism students enrolled in the University of Missouri Collaborative Mobile Application Development course present Muse Runway, an app that utilizes iBeacon technology.
  • Monitoring Columbia’s noise with environmental sensors

    RJI Tech Showcase 2014
    Monitoring Columbia’s noise with environmental sensors
    April 29, 2014

    Travis Hartman, a grad student at the Missouri School of Journalism, teamed up with KBIA-FM on a project measuring noise levels in downtown Columbia, and presented his findings at Tech Showcase 2014. Hartman's project is funded by the Knight Foundation.

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