The Open Power Quality project (2013-present) explores open source hardware, software, and data for low cost, crowd-sourced power quality monitoring, storage, and analysis.
The Kukui Cup Project (2009 – present) explores novel ways to utilize concepts from information technology, community-based social marketing, serious games, and educational pedagogy to support sustained change in sustainability-related behaviors.
Makahiki (2009 – present) is an open source “serious game engine for sustainability”. It provides a framework for creating serious games for the purpose of education and behavioral change regarding energy, water, food, and waste generation and use.
WattDepot (2009 – present) is an open source, RESTful web service that collects electricity data (such as current power utilization or cumulative power utilization) from meters and stores it in a database. The data can then be retrieved by other tools for visualization and analysis. It is designed to provide infrastructure for experimentation and development … Continue reading WattDepot
Hackystat (2001 – 2010) is an open source framework for collection, analysis, visualization, interpretation, annotation, and dissemination of software development process and product data.
The Morea Framework (2013-present) provides a new way to generate educational websites organized by Modules, Outcomes, Readings, Experiences, and Assessments.