Here's a list of some of my favorite projects from days past!
Game jams are great! During undergrad, I tried to do two per year, usually the Global Game Jam
and our local SSU game jam.
Click on the picture to see what we made. Most projects are in collaboration with Andrew Polanco
While I haven't participated in a while, if you want to do one together please reach out!
A collaborative project with Andrew Polanco
and Kory Byrne
that proves that I've at least touched
It featured a homemade 16x16 led screen which we attempted
to use for game jam.
The screen was rough around the edges but worked great! However, making it took almost the entirety of the game jam...
A simple genetic programming project I made for my undergraduate artificial intelligence class. The evolutionary algorithm is written in Golang and evolves Lisp code. The Lisp code defines the behavior of the square, which is rewarded based on the number of squares touched.
The beginning of the end.
This is a simple pet project I did during my undergrad years.
At the time I had an interest in artificial intelligence but no experience with it, and I didn't know evolutionary computing existed.
... and now I'm doing an PhD marrying computer science and evolution. Funny how that happens.
(I would put a GitHub link here but I'm too embarrassed to upload it :P)