"Tracking device, Android App, GPS via Bluetooth"

Dyllen N, Joann W, Robin P

Bubble is an Android application that allows users to locate a tracker from their phone. The tracker is the main component of our product, which can be attached to any item the user would like to track. Users can edit the tracker name and receive directions from Google Maps to the tracker.

People often lose track of their valued items, pets, or children.

Our objective is to create a product that will help locate anything attached to a tracker. This will ensure the safety of children/pets and prevent people from losing their valued items.

We faced many challenges in the making of our product. This includes: creating an Android application having zero prior experience in app development, getting the GPS and Bluetooth to communicate properly with the phone, and much more. We overcame our obstacles by doing immense research online for tutorials, but most importantly not giving up.

"The most challenging project in the class!"

This project was made by Girls Who Code Summer Immersion Program students at Cheryl Saban Self-Worth Foundation for Women and Girls at USC Marshall School of Business.