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HUSO for iOS

By Asher NoelFreeUser Rating

Key Details of HUSO

  • Harvard Science Olympiad.
  • Last updated on February 2, 2020
  • Virus scan status:

    Clean (it's extremely likely that this software program is clean)


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Developer's Description

Harvard Science Olympiad.

Features:

INDIVIDUALIZED SCHEDULES: Have an algorithm create an individualized, chronologically ordered schedule for a competitor's day at Harvard with the time and locations of impounds, self-scheduled events, standard competition events, and tournament wide events. These schedules are built using only three inputs: division, team name, and events.

APPLE MAPS INTEGRATION: 1) Tapping any event or impound in the custom schedule will open a pin with its location in Apple Maps. 2) The first panel of the app shows the building locations of all of one competitor's events. The room number of the first event in each building is highlighted.

COMPETITOR PARTICIPATION: Photo submissions for pre-Awards Ceremony slideshows and individualized event and tournament wide feedback forms are encouraged from competitors and incentivized through various reward systems.

COMPETITOR SAFETY: Harvard police contact information is prominently displayed and accessible in the More panel.

FLOOR PLANS: Competitors will never get lost at Harvard. They can use floor maps designed by HUSO to navigate through the Science Center, Harvard Hall, and more.

CONTACT: Competitors can easily reach out to HUSO with from within the app using emails that are automatically half-written for the user.

ARBITRATION: Competitors can review arbitration protocols and forms and help get their coach involved.

WEBSITE: HUSO's website is accessible from within the app.

RESULTS: Users can be the first to find out how their team compared to the competition.

The app will be updated with the official HUSO information in a later version closer to the tournament date.

Reach out to the developer with inquiries or bug reports at ashernoel@college.harvard.edu.


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