Bridge House College Alumnus ‘Oyebola Odukoya’ Develops a Productivity App
Oyebola Odukoya is an alumnus of Bridge House College, after completing the one-year Accelerate Cambridge A’ level program in 2016. He is a student at West Virginia University, studying a double major in Computer and Electrical Engineer and a minor in Computer Science and Mathematics. He is scheduled to graduate in December 2020.
He currently works as a Tutor in the Engineering Learning Center at WVU, Oyebola is also a Software Engineer in the EcoCar mobility challenge (EcoCAR), the latest U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Advanced Vehicle Technology Competition (AVTC) series.
Oyebola created the HÖBOscan a productivity app that functions as a scanner. HÖBOscan allows you to extract text from images or your handwritten notes and translate it into multiple languages. The Application is very useful to both teachers and students.
HÖBOscan is currently ranked #61 out of millions of productivity apps on App Store.
Follow the link below to download it on your phone.
To download HÖBOscan for iOS click the link below:
And for Androids click the link below: