Below are all the student teams that are presenting at COMX. Click on a team to find out more.
Four Find is the first product released under Abeona and is a unique, fun travel-based application suitable for usage on a wide variety of devices. Start with collecting coins as you explore the surrounding area, if you’re lucky you may find one of the four pieces that relate to a hidden monument. Collect all four pieces to unlock a cool VR version, and don’t forget to buy things at our shop with the coins you collect throughout your journey.
Pixel Panda Games
A 3v3 capture the flag style game with a stylised aesthetic.
We are creating a local co-op tower defence game in which one player is in VR and the other on a PC. The VR player is the person in charge of combat and will be placed in the Vaporwave-esque level to beat the enemies. The PC player is the tactical operator in charge of tower maintenance, defence and upgrades as well as the VR players’ tower position. Both players have their own advantages that require team work to communicate and manage. This arcade style, wave-based game will require tactical thinking, team work and efficiency to play.
Atomyc Labs is a games studio creating a local co-op puzzle game, where the player controls lab rats who have to navigate their way to the end of the level!
UOG New Designers
We are creating an exhibition stand as well as an accompanying app and website to showcase the work of the University of Gloucestershire final year Product Design students at the New Designers exhibition in London with a preview at COMX.
Eventfast is a website application, which allows users to find and book onto events to attend in their local area.
Vision E-Learning is a versatile web based E-learning solution created by the Vision Vessel team. Our team has created multiple templates for interactive E-learning experiences and programmed them with example subjects for clients to demo. Vision E-Learning works by collaborating with clients to tailor experiences for their users.
Ultima Annos have developed UA Toolbox, a lightweight, modular digital forensic tool.
Aimed at the small and medium business wanting to protect their intellectual property and network resources, this tool offers the ability to rapidly analyse a digital forensic image using the built-in suite of tools which can be added to as the product matures or when customers demand additional functionality.
UA Toolbox functions include: Creation of a proprietary UATB image file ready for analysis, Opening existing UATB files for re-investigation. Identification & listing of all files (current and deleted) on the target image, Identification of all system user accounts on the target Image, Identification of known ‘Bad Programs’ on the target image such as CCleaner and Nessus, Export of results to CSV file.
JCN Forensics Training
A beginner Linux and Android cyber forensic training package featuring 3 levels of increasing difficulty. In-Depth documentation is provided to guide new users throughout the unique and uncovered Linux and Android operating systems.
listn Forensics are a start-up company investigating the possibilities of using IoT Personal Assistants as eavesdropping devices. As part of this research project, we are developing the listn.log eavesdropping platform which specifically targets the Amazon Echo range of devices. The overall aim is to provide a quick and easy method for law enforcement to listen into conversations, without detection.
Raven Forensics is a company creating educational programme for Secondary School students, we are a team of four final year students, our focus is to educate students on different aspects of forensic tools and techniques.
Omega Alpha Industries
A racing/demolition derby game that is set in multiple environments such as deserts, Snow Mountains and jungles.
We are creating an on rail Virtual Reality shooter in which the player escapes the city and law after committing a bank heist.
Interlock IT Solutions
Interlock I.T is a supplier of digital training solutions and I.T consultancy to small, medium and large businesses. The team is comprised of three final year Forensic Computing students. As a team, they will create an interactive video solution used to educate Computer Forensic professionals on how to approach crime scenes. The videos will be split into three parts and will cover all aspects of how to approach a crime scene, collect the evidence, keeping the chain of custody intact and finally how to recover particular evidence from the devices found in the scenario. Once each scenario is completed the user will be graded and told where they could have improved, resources on how to improve will be provided relevant to their mistakes.
We are creating a multi function electric razor with an added function of LED treatment. We are also creating an application based on health and beauty for men and women
The product that we will be creating is being created in order to prevent interaction which can be considered as time waste full such as social media or streaming content for long periods of time in order to try and make consumers step aside from these habits the device we will be creating monitors the amount of exercise you do and as a reward it allows you to gain access to those forms of entertainment for a period of time. Currently the device is not at its final changes as we are potentially thinking of adding more features to the device in order to promote the device and the exercising component to the device.
A centralised incident management application for large corporate distributed blue teams.
Point of View Games
Point of View Games is creating a unique 2.5D game that follows the cases of a private detective as he collects clues and solves mysteries in the not-too-distant future.