from crowd-sourced DJing to cute graphical games, web.lab winners are united by the quality and completeness of their web applications
2021. tag yourself
by Nicholas Tsao, Michael Han, Anugrah Chemparathy
A multiplayer game of online tag. Every move causes you to slide in a direction until you hit an obstacle, so be careful!
by Bilikisu Ayeni
SoroSoke listens to you speak and gives you feedback on a variety of common speaking metrics, showing you how to improve.
by Kevin Chen, Amy Zhong
Musicards is a fun way to find new music and share your favorite songs with others! Log in with Spotify, make requests, trade songs, and build your deck :)
the write pet
by Jessica Xu, Sarah Wang
The Write Pet encourages reflection. Adopt a pet and journal consistently to raise your pet’s happiness. Take care of yourself by taking care of your pet!
by Ryan Kim, Shashvat Srivastava, Helen Lu
Create custom maps to battle on and step up your laser tag game with extraordinary power ups, while dodging using ML-powered posenets.
by Kyaw Hpone Myint, Dina Sharon
WeWorld users upload photos and add tags and captions to view their pictures and experiences through the lens of a new language.
by Adam Janicki, Henry Wang
Fanvision is a platform for NBA fans who want to predict game outcomes without betting money. Users compete to top the daily podium and season standings.
by Kalyn Bowen
RememBomb is a card matching and social deduction game for 5+ players (more the merrier)! Keep your eyes focused on the board at all times.
by Meenakshi Singh, Tina Lu, Kelly Lam
Personify is a Spotify Playlist Generator that creates a playlist based on an input message, specified genres, and algorithm choice.
by Dejon Kurti, Hassan Mohiuddin, Haoran Wen
A4A is a site designed to help MIT students get their questions answered in a quick, informative, and easy fashion.
2020. craft your own _
by Yodahe Alemu, Joshua Verdejo, Niko Sendek
We created a comprehensive, immersive, and collaborative storytelling app, utilizing modern technology to breathe new life into the classic text adventure.
by Steven Diaz, Roberto Ramirez
An easy and fun way to train your machine learning models through the web. No Tensors. No Torches. All you.
by Amy Lei, Hui Min Wu, Ivy Mao
Day.ly streamlines bullet journaling online. It has a daily autosaving notebook, trackable, customizable widgets, collections, and custom themes.
by Dylan Liu, Carl Joshua Quines, Emma Qin
em7 allows users who are interested in music but don't have much music theory background a platform to create and share their own melodies and harmonies.
by Matthew Leonard, Prithvi Undavalli
This is a website that lets you build a 3D music visualizer out of voxels that respond to the music you play.
by Tareq El Dandachi
Create open source quantum circuits, simulate them and compete with your friends by playing pong. Easy way to teach people new to quantum how it all works.
by Jocelyn Shen, Shirley Cao, Julia Jia
pop'n is a cultural enrichment game to satisfy curiosity about places around the world through online polls and data visualizations. let's get pop'n!
by Benjamin Bartschi, Emily Huang, Anna Landler
colorfly makes creating unique art easy for users through generative designs. Download, share, and track progress!
by Eileen Tan-Aristy, Tommy Adebiyi, Jennifer Wang
Study Garden allows students to keep track of their study sessions in the form of flowers that grow as they study.
by Amy Vogel, Wendy Trattner
Craft your own computer-generated poetry. Choose a corpus and a poem structure, and watch the magic happen!
by Jude He
A game where you can log water drinking and use it to water a virtual garden. Plants are dynamically generated & you can cross breed them to make new ones.
2019. press any key to start
by Shreyas Kapur
Create beautiful, compelling animated presentations right on the web. Think Adobe After Effects, a powerful animation software, inside the browser!
by Zoe Allen, Artemisia Luk, Xiaoqing Zhang
Dilemma Llama helps people crowdsource opinions on hard dilemmas. Users post dilemmas, and other users respond with arguments for either 'Yes' or 'No.'
by Matthew Farejowicz, Joonho Ko
Play songs with your friends! In space! It's like Patatap but social and collaborative.
by Bryan Chen, Elizabeth Zhou, Jodi Huang
A rhythm game for music lovers of all kinds! Welcomes casual players as well as providing incentive (stars) for those who want to better their skills!
by Ashika Verma
Routify allows users to game their productivity by getting points and gold when the user finishes something they need to do.
by Kathryn Jin, Janice Yang, Justin Park
One question per day, 365 days per year. Dive into a universe where you can record your thoughts, explore others’ responses, and reflect on your past self.
by Lillian Bu, Rachel Kwak, Calvin Phung
Take turns adding letters to the end of the string - avoid spelling a complete word, or you'll become a ghost. Ghost all your friends to win!
by Kevin Frans, Jeremy Ma, Michael Nguyen
explore new songs with others in an open world. queue music to shared nodes to create collaborative playlists. add favorites to your personal collection!
by Taylor Burke, Shirley Lei, Emily Yin
A modern take on classic card games that allow close friends to continually play games on and off.
by Tammam Mustafa, Yunxing Liao, Fadi Atieh
We built an in-browser game that allows you to type race against other people or on your own. Typing content is fresh, daily news.
by Chris Chang, Nikhil Singhal, Melody Phu
SnapStack is a social judge-based card game where players respond to prompts by making memes out of each other, using images from social media profiles.
2018. back to the roots
by Shannon Peng, Jessica Tang
Your pixel art community
by Sophia Kwon, Sandy Yang
Play telephone pictionary with your friends! Make up a phrase and watch as your friends attempt to draw, caption, redraw, and recaption!
by Patrick Insinger, Philip Sun
Create and stream playlists from SoundCloud, Spotify, and Youtube. Combine professional tracks with indie remixes for the best experience.
by Angela Cai, Alisa Ono, Tingxiao Sun
A collaborative annotation tool for lecture notes. Study, share insights and grow a network of knowledge among your peers.
by David Morejon, Gabrielle Rivera, Mary Thielking
Mark outdoor areas for other people to find. Plan events, write reviews and discover new natural areas around you!
by Agustin Garcia, Alyssa Li, Weishan Liao
An interactive map for sharing and finding free food. Keeps track of foods near you, erasing the need to wade through pools of irrelevant postings.
by Linnea Rylander, Angela Wong
Provides the MIT community with the location, type, distance, and time of free food postings in a user friendly way!
by Shannen Wu, Jessica Yin
Want to see some of your craziest imaginations come to life? On inkspire, you can post an idea, and see what others have to illustrate for you!
3rd Place (tie)
by Stephanie Hu
A task scheduling app with features aimed to keep your todo lists organized and your mind focused on one thing at a time.
3rd Place (tie)
Free Food Finder
by Jenna Himawan, Tavish Smith, Byron Xu
By integrating the email@example.com mailing list with new features, Free Food Finder offers a better food finding experience for the MIT community.
by Cynthia Liu, Nanxi Liu, Sabrina Liu
A web app that pairs MIT students up to eat at dining halls! Befriend peers, connect with friends, and enjoy a delicious meal in good company.
by Jaeyoung Jung, Nikhil Reddy, Alvin Zhu
Organize and discover public study sessions and pset parties. Invite friends and sync schedules with a variety of calendar applications.
by Mathangi Ganesh, Emily Wang, Vicky Wang
Get matched to meet someone in person at a local event, skipping the awkward "get to know each other" phase of other friend-matching apps.
2017. beyond the horizon
by Tahin Syed
A picture is worth 1000 words. What if we take out half the words from your picture and asked someone else to draw what they think it is?
by Shahul Alam, Lauren Huang, Ameila Paine
Share your favorite napping locations and pictures of napping friends around campus. Climb your way to the top of our Dreamerboard for fame and glory.
by Jeremy Bogle, Elliott Forde, Patrick Everett
A crowd-sourced DJing application - allows you to host your own "station" to give guests the ability to add songs to a queue and vote on what's next.
by Andy Kuang, Rhea Lin, Jennifer McCleary
With a click of a button, restaurants can easily provide wait times for customers to conveniently view when deciding where to eat.
by Keith Orlando
A social media platform for creating and sharing goals. Weekly check-ins help you stay focused and create productive competition among friends.
by Phillip Ou
Helps you achieve your financial goals so you can achieve your adventurous ones.
by Daniel Filizzola, Zachary Collins, Rosanna Zhang
Reach out with comfort and security. Connect to members of a particular group to learn more about them!
by Hannah Chen, Saron Teklezgi, Kendra Knittel
A simpler version of Infinite Connection, designed to help MIT students and alumni network together.
by Rachel Zhang, Deepankar Gupta, Sunny Tian
View the newest and most popular food images and share your latest food experiences and recipes.
by Angel Alvarez, Thad Megchelsen
A tool used to connect tutorials and websites for easier viewing. Makes discovering new content a simple process.
by Jeffrey Lu
Provides a personal experience for discovering and saving recipes. Search meals by ingredients or create new ones.
by Chris Xue, Rebecca Weinberger, Reva Ranka
Upload, view, and save products for sale. Users are given a way to easily carry out transactions with each other.
by Su Yang, Stella Yang, Kentaro Tanaka
An language-learning tool that connects students from all around the world.
by Allen Lee, Allen Liu
A platform for students to open restaurants out of their dorm. Choose to either host a meal (charging a fee or not) or attend a meal.
by Sammy Cherna, Julia Fiksinski, Ariel Jacobs
Maintain your own personal library, available for others to borrow. A social network for readers that actually has what you want to read.
by Kat, Shannon, Dillon,
Connects skilled college students to ambitious hobbyist students. Students post tasks to be completed so skilled users can put their skills to work.
by Matthew Woicik, John Matthew
Allows users to make goals and daily tasks for those goals. View the goals of other users, and even add others' goals to your list.
by Ramya Nagarajan, Jennifer Zou, Shannon Peng
Volunteering gamified. Upload challenges for volunteers to complete or earn points for completing posts.
2016. remember the future
by Donald Little
Fratworks.xyz is a dashboard that helps manage chores and tasks of a fraternity to ensure an even contribution by all members.
by Rachel Simpson, Hunter Gatewood, Kamoya Ikhofua
With Yarn, join a community of people writing beautiful, collaborative stories.
by Yilun Du, Justin Yu, Brandon Wang
Overlaps is an online platform through teachers and students can both take and offer classes, with a unique pricing system.
by Danny Tang, Aaron Sipser, Rupayan Neogy
MoneyMatters is a money tracking web app designed for the average millennial, featuring a split charge calculator and detailed history views.
by Reece Tamashiro, Andrew Ilyas, Kenny Gea
Make predictions. Interact with other people's predictions. Explore how close everyone's predictions were to reality.
by Yinzhan Xu, Jintao Chen, Qingshu Han
Course TBD shows you what classes your friends are taking and your next Pset's due date on one shared calendar.
by Leigh Marie Braswell, Lizzie Wei
Whenever someone loses or finds an item, they can use our IHTFYP to easily find or return it, which matches similar lost and found forms.
by Kyle Swanson, Julian Fuchs, Bryce Hwang
A roadtrip meal planner: given start and destination points, Uhmm suggests good restaurants along the way and displays them on a map.
by Cynthia Lo, Lisa Ruan, Annie Dai
Firefly helps you to capture, catalog, and share day-to-day sayings, quotes, and memories, storing them for whenever you need a quick pick-me-up.
by Daniel Smith, Elliott Forde
markit is an educational stock market alternative that allows you to practice trading in the market without knowing technical terms or the monetary risk.
by Kevin Weng, Christopher Wang
Graffiti lets users create unstructured message boards. Users vote on messages' lifespans to extend the period of time they are displayed.
by Jackie Liu, Cristina Mata, Amy Liu
Skiary is a reimagining of the personal diary. Using geolocation services and a weather API, Skiary generates calming sky gradients and graphics into its UI.
by Binh Le, Gregory Hui, Wei Xun He
Pantry is a web app designed to help people use their spare ingredients in order to cook meals that align with their exercise and wellness goals.
by Maryam Archie, Hiram Moncivais
MyBucket is a web application that allows users to make a bucket list and then provides local opportunities to fulfill their dreams.
by Nayoung Lee, Cheahuychou Mao, Margaret Yu
S'mores is a webapp that lets you plan your meals efficiently by minimizing the time spent in creating your grocery list.
by Sarah Shader, Lauren Luo
Meet more people and finish your psets! With Pset Buddies you can enter your pset progress and find people to work with!
by Jessie Wang, Vivian Zhang, Sarah Wooders
Build your hackathon team using HackHomies' custom recommendation and search systems.
2015. around the world
by Liang Zhou, Budmonde Duinkharjav, Justin Xiao
Harmony is a web app designed to facilitate online collaborative sheet music composition.
by Eugene Oh, Armand McQueen
MediaSync lets you watch videos and listen to music with your friends no matter how far away they are - and all in perfect sync!
by Dang Pham, Nathalie Huynh, Kamilla Takiela
Make friends, explore cities, and share your memories with other travelers near you, with our travel buddy Nomad!
by Akshay Ravikumar, Kimberli Zhong, Vahid Fazel-Rezai
Search a growing database of 6000+ problems by tags, or peruse problems in existing sets, and solve them!
by Landon Carter, Raymond Liu, Runpeng Liu
Create beautiful, interactive maps for your website or presentation without coding anything with our full-feature editor and intuitive tutorial system.
by Michelle Suh, Estelle Yoon, Ami Suzuki
Grapes is a community-based web platform where anyone can buy and sell used items in their own marketplace.
by Christopher Wornack, Raymond Wu, Elise Xue
LinguaGem is a series of games designed to help the user learn basic phrases in any language of choice.
by Kimberly Leon, Kiran Wattamwar, Deepti Raghavan
travelingtable allows users to explore and post recipes from cuisines around the world through an interactive map.
by Jessica Guo, Lilian Ma, Sunnia Ye
GreenBuggle promotes responsible travel by comparing the monetary, time, and environmental costs of driving, public transport or walking.
by Advaith Anand, Rose Wang, Larry Zhang
Hitch finds people for you to share rides with. Just tell us where you want to go and we'll match you with other people on similar routes.