OpenQI

OpenQI is a hack project prototyped at the recent NHS Hack day with fantastic collaboration from some brilliant people. The idea came from a desire to improve the NHS by Doctors Conrad Lee (@ckwl1), and Michael George (@drmgeorge87). The project is ongoing, so I won’t disclose too many details, although, the gist: “OpenQI, (QI –… Read More

Website IP – Chrome Extension

This extension simply adds the IP of the current website you are viewing to the bottom right. We created this extension to solve a problem no other IP extension attempted. To quickly show the current websites IP at all times. We use this information daily as web developers. No longer do you have to click… Read More

jGravity – jQuery Plugin

jGravity adds gravity to either all or specified elements within a page. Using the plugin is as easy as $(‘body’).jGravity(); which will use default settings to apply the gravity effect, which I think you will find quite similar to how Google presented ‘Google Gravity’ in an earlier Google Easter egg. I created this plugin because… Read More

Kinposer

Kinposer was a hack project produced during a 36 hour hackathon at Hackference 2013. Unfortunately, it wasn’t entirely completed, so we haven’t open sourced the code just yet. The idea was to create a Microsoft Kinect based audio manipulator using the Soundcloud API to essentially produce a cool ‘composer’ like effect with the music to… Read More