From the M-Times:
Having trouble learning Mandarin? Do you have difficulty distinguishing colors? A UM-Flint student has created two Android Apps that help the user with these problems.
Dan Lamb, a senior majoring in business, has been programming for 15 years.
While at UM-Flint, Lamb studied Mandarin Chinese for two semesters. Eventually, he got tired of making flashcards, so he made an Android App to help him study. The App is called ChineseFlashcards and includes 20 units of vocabulary from “Cheng & Tsui Integrated Chinese, Level 1 Part 1 & 2.”
Lamb’s other Android App is Colorvision, a program that uses the phone’s camera to identify what color is in the on-screen crosshairs. It has a mode for either a simplified color palette, or a standard palette of 145 colors. Lamb’s inspiration for this application was his own red/green colorblindness.
Lamb is currently working on several games for the Android when he has extra time, which has not been often this semester.