December 2021

Quantum Demonstrator Kit

The Quantum Demonstration Kit (QDK) is a playful interactive and gamified version of a quantum physics experimental setup, designed to demonstrate key concepts of quantum mechanics to young beginner students to enhance their overall understanding of the subject. The key novelty of our product design, is that it is portable, cost-effective, and simple enough to be operated by young undergraduate/school students independently themselves. On the contrary, quantum physics setups routinely used in research labs are bulky, expensive and extremely complicated, making them unsuitable to be used for hands-on laboratory based education for beginners to this field.


Our commercial app aims to provide virtual business card experience. Key functions include card maker and exchanging cards with others, mainly for the business users. Communication are prime concern of the business world, so we also make it possible for the private chats. This is a one-for-all solution of virtual business card and intends to bridge up service provider and their targeted clients. Some future potential features include community forums to linked up people in similar industry and convert the real business card into a virtual one by OCR.


CourseMate is a mobile application that aims at helping HKU students during course planning and arranging group meetings. The course schedule planner allows students to input their planned course for the semester and check if there will be any time clashes, which saves them a lot of time by simply clicking a few buttons. For the group meeting scheduler, the app will generate all the available meeting time slots for a group based on each members’ course schedule and duration of meeting.

HKU Go AR Mobile Application

Our app HKU Go, targets HKU students and visitors. For HKU students, we want to enable them to view the campus incident reports to stay updated on events in different buildings. On the other hand, visitors can play AR games on campus to learn about buildings in HKU. Therefore, our application has three building blocks – the map, AR objects and incident notices. The application relies on the map to provide hints of AR game and incident notice for the buildings. Users can react with AR objects when they reach the prespecified region. And the incident notice is fetched from the campus information system for incidents related to each building, for example, the maintenance work, seminars, etc.

Mobile App – EatSleepAll

It is an app which integrate information from different platform by calling api and web scrapping. For example, restaurant. We integrated Openrice, TripAdvisor and Google and collect information like price range, address and show these description within one app. Users can search by places, food type and also style of dishes. We will automatically show the result restaurant with required search.
This app can also include other function like filter, sort according to trend and bookmark.

Foodbuddy – Simplifying Food Orders

As students, we regularly order food online, however, most of us have experienced that sometimes the delivery fees are very high.

To solve this problem, we propose Food Buddy – a mobile phone application that makes use of Location Services, Cloud Storage, and Chat facilities to create a one-stop application where HKU students can make group orders in order to save on delivery fees charges and access more discounts.

We have also added certain features to make the app tailored to the use of HKU students. We have also implemented a rating system to ensure fairness for the group orders.

Students can join ongoing orders or create one on their own.


The project is about an application to provide people with an easier way to facilitate fitness, including venue reservation, sociality, trainers ranking, fitness record and history and private tutorials. We hope to provide all application users a more comfort way in monitoring their fitness progress and practicing fitness activities.