High Point University Students Create New iPad Application

Students at High Point University created a new application that allows iPads to communicate without using an internet connection. The students’ work was part of the university’s Undergraduate Research and Creative Works program that helps students develop skills for their future careers. One creator of the application, Reza Moghtaderi Esfahani, said the experience helped him “feel more prepared than ever to take on the challenges of a similar opportunity in the real world.”

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