Teaching computational intelligence (CI) to undergraduate and/or graduate students is challenging because the theories are difficult and they feel that the topics are not closely related to their lives. It is desirable to use interesting projects to attract students' attention into the computational intelligence. CI educators have been used different types of tools to define course projects for students. There are no standard course materials on the projects, hence each instructor develops his/her own projects by oneself, making it difficult to share them. Furthermore, if the projects are dependent on special hardware or software, it often becomes a bottleneck on the dissemination of the materials.