formerly known as "IntelliH2O"
Intelligent Water Purity Tester
IntelliSplash (formerly known as IntelliH2O)
...is a low-cost water purity tester app that connects to a portable keychain probe; you can test, track, and share the quality of your water anywhere without Wifi.
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Christopher is a sophomore at Lakeside Upper school in Seattle. His main hobbies are building LEGO and creating gadgets with Arduino and Gogo boards, often pairing them with an iPhone app. Chris is also an avid movie maker using green screen and special effects. He currently is co-founder and lead of his school's Makers Club where he can share his passion for technology, whether it be with 3D printing or creating a quadcopter. His philanthropic interest lies with disadvantaged and vulnerable children especially the Hamomi Children's Center in the Kangemi slums of Nairobi, Kenya where he has held a Tech Week for the students and a mini Tech Seminar for the staff to improve digital literacy.
William is a Sophomore at The Bear Creek School in Redmond. Creative with a vision for all things sleek and functional, William is behind the design of the IntelliH2O keychain to mirror water droplets in its pure form. He loves to play various computer games which feeds a well-developed imagination.
Courtney is a Sophomore at Issaquah High School. She is an artist who can conceptualize an attractive package for the product to complete a streamlined and well-designed water purity tester for the 21st century. Her uncanny ability to put colors and texts together adds an elegant touch to the smart water purity tester package. Courtney loves to read in her spare time if not doodling or creating a piece of art work.
Ph.D. in Computer Science - My Computer Science Teacher and Advisor with IntelliH2O at Lakeside High School
Sam Greene, Rhodes Scholar
My consultant, a Rhodes Scholar in Chemistry specializing in environmental protection.
My coach - a Senior Executive in Product Management. He also specializes in General Management and marketing
My Data Analytics and Technical Marketing Advisor. He is a visionary in Cloud Business Innovation, Internet-of-Things and formerly VP of Business Technologies
This is not just a problem isolated to developing countries. In the Puget Sound, less than 1% of water sources have published, EPA approved water purity reports.
The data analytics that are possible with the widespread use of IntelliSplash has the ability to transform the way we manage and consume this critical life-sustaining resource.
There are over 12 different diseases that can be caused by just drinking impure water
IntelliSplash consists of an iPhone app and an accompanying low-energy bluetooth probe. With it, you now have the capability to know if your water is really safe to drink. All you have to do is launch the app and stick the probe into your water. It’s that simple. With IntelliSplash, you don't have to physically be with your water to see if its clean. You don’t even need an internet connection because everything relies on Bluetooth. Download Version 1.0 today!
IntelliSplash provides a historical graph feature, allowing the user to monitor the status of water over time to see if the quality is improving or deteriorating.
In addition, IntelliSplash is social media enabled. At the push of a button, IntelliH2O automatically compiles a tweet detailing your water quality and (optionally) the user’s location.
Our keychain solution is very small and portable, and is the perfect blend of software and hardware. MyIntelliH2O is your 21st century solution to test for water purity.
IntelliSplash is so versatile that it can be used in a myriad of situations-you can be at home, traveling locally or abroad, backpacking, or just in a restaurant with no wifi and MyIntelliH2O will still work.
IntelliSplash has received acclaim, mentioned in the press, and has won awards! Read more about what people are saying about IntelliSplash, the intelligent water purity tester!
Innovators for social good compete for $400k — and a chance to change the world — at SVP Fast Pitch forum
One of the contenders in tonight’s fifth-annual showdown will be a team led by Christopher Lee, a high-school sophomore who has plans for IntelliH2O, a portable, inexpensive device and app that tests water purity.
“There are a lot of times in a restaurant where all I have is my phone, and I’d like to test the water purity,” Lee said. Because the device uses Bluetooth for sending its signal, it has more versatility than a product using Wi-Fi, making it useful for people backpacking or traveling abroad.
Meet the 2015 Finalists: IntelliSplash
This revolutionary product will enable not only people in nations with notoriously polluted water sources to make better choices, but also expected to be popular with environmentally-minded first and second world countries whose populations are
concerned with the toxicity of their water sources as well as travelers and campers. We expect to be hearing about this remarkable young man for years to come. - See more at: http://www.socialventurepartners.org/seattle/news/meet-the-2015-finalists-intellih2o/#sthash.w7iBvWBl.dpuf
Winner at Youth Apps Challenge 2015
Almost 500 students worked in teams and submitted 154 apps for review. Winners along with their teachers and families were invited to our apps showcase and awards ceremony in either eastern or western Washington.
Fast Pitch helps good ideas, ventures get beyond first base
It’s refreshing to know a whole lot of people are using their ingenuity to make life better for others.
Christopher Lee, a Lakeside Upper School student, makes a pitch for the business he founded, IntelliH2o. (Photo by Don Pham)
A very early start — 15-year-old tech entrepreneur wins 1st place in start-up competition, develops product that makes a contribution
He had been in many situations where he questioned the purity of drinking water, so he decided to do something about it for his own health. And he won first place in Social Venture Partner’s (SVP) Fast Pitch startup competition for his creation.
“I wish I had something portable that I could carry around, connect to my phone, and test the water purity. And that’s how the concept was formed,” he explained.
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