Here are some projects of various ilk that I've created over the years.
See how a machine learning algorithm generates Wikipedia articles based on nothing but the title. Built with Node and aitextgen.
👆 Click here to see a live online demo! A software renderer built with a custom SIMD linear algebra library using C++17 and SDL2. Compiled for the web to WebAssembly with Emscripten.
A while back I made a closure-based programming language, dubbed SussLang, in Python 3. While there are some things I would change about it, I'm still proud of the final product.
A tool to isolate words in human speech using AI. Written in C++17 and Python 3. Fundamentally, I used this tool to help with one of my more esoteric projects: alphebetizing videos.
Java 15 and SQLite implementation of Chocoholics Anonymous found in Object Oriented and Classical Software Engineering, Appendix A.
Sums of Random Numbers and its Hidden Geometric Connections
During the summer I found a video by 3Blue1Brown and Numberphile that inspired me to flex my multi-dimensional calculus and probability skills. The result was this fun, semi-formal paper!
Mixing with Variable Rates
For my Differential Equations I class, we were required to create a paper discussing a mixing problem. I may have gone a bit overboard in discussing and solving it, but I'm proud of the thoroughness in the final result.
I also write music from time to time as a hobby.