Created an interactive art installation conceptualized and built in 48 hours for St. Louis's Art Hack Day: Eclipse event. The installation used a NeuroSky MindWave Mobile EEG-reading headset, which was connected to my laptop via bluetooth, which ran this code and then used a projector to display an image on the wall. The idea was for the art piece to serve as a sort of impressionistic visualizer of one's mental activity, specifically how calm and/or focused the person using the headset was.
The project used node.js to communicate to the headset, and three.js to render the visuals in the browser.
Working on various rendered scenes built entirely in code using volumetric raymarching rendering technique via GLSL shader language, hosted on GLSLsandbox.com.
Flashcard quiz app using the MEAN stack. Users can create sets of flashcards, upload images, edit and delete flashcards, and then quiz themselves. Heroku was used to deploy the app and Bootstrap was used for CSS. Filepicker.js was used for file uploading.
Several interactive visuals initially built in Processing then ported into P5.js for online compatibility. Try clicking and moving the mouse around to see what happens. Warning: might be too intense for slower computers.
@pseudo_frac is a a twitter bot that will generate an image from the "pseudo-fractals" algorithm above and post it to Twitter once every 24 hours. Written in node.js and p5.js and deployed on Amazon EC2. I'm probably going to make a few more of these soon.
More coming soon, I'm currently working on tweaking the projects I have done to a more professional standard for portfolio purposes.