Notable links:

Final Video:

Link to Time Turner: https://timeturner-1a48a.web.app/
Prototype Presentation: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1azLLoB-lcgMiuTFG0-zLLqqKaRXL8tlIQATCTHGcLbQ/edit?usp=sharing
Github for energy detection: https://github.com/KrishKrosh/timeturner-energy/
Github for front-end web-app: https://github.com/DjKesu/timeturner
Full project report: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1V5C9pPy4vQ9EFAsmwRO-HMXxzNkXesG8/edit?usp=sharing&ouid=117173971025924109378&rtpof=true&sd=true

For SE 101 (a first-year seminar course) we were tasked to create any project at the intersection of software and hardware. Me and four other peers created a raspberry pi based system that uses OpenCV to detect your drowsiness and optimizes your tasks for the day based on your energy level. It displays these tasks on a web-app built using ReactJS. For more details, check out the links above.