Implementation of a Application Prototype for the advertising degree program of my university. Used for watching content analysis of the several advertising channels of a company. Based on the WPF and XAML technologies and using Microsoft Kinect for interactive control with gestures.
DPX Timecode Editing Tool
In our project Traumzeit we had the need to edit dpx timecode data, but there was no elegant way to do this in an y of our software programs. So i wrote a little tool, doing this with the python version of Qt, PyQt. You can choose an dpx stack and change the timecode in the way you need to. The software is open source and you can use it, if you want. You will have to install python and pyqt in order to run it. Here you can find the source code on github:
In the project miror a autonomic robot should be build, to work in places where people can’t go. For testing behaviours of the robot, there was the need of a 3d modell that works like the original one. I implemented classes and functions in the middleware morse, which is using the blender game engine for simulating robotic behaviours. Morse is designed for connecting the 3d simulation in Blender and the ROS operating system. I also modelled the robot in blender and was rigging him for being able to control it from the middleware. All software parts were written in python.
project homepage: http://www.miror.eu/
The Ambrosia Project
In the summer term 2013 i was part of the development team of a 3d action adventure, which we developed as part of our studies on campus. We wrote our own game engine based on the 3d renderer ogre. I was mainly responsible for adding a lua scripting console to the software, so that also our design team could try out new content, without any coding capabilities. I also was working on some basic game ai implementations and various other stuff. All code was written in c++ and for the scripting in lua.
the ambrosia project – homepage on the university server
Dust Of History
In the summer term 2012 we developed a multiplayer strategy game in java at our university. I was doing the programming part together with Pascal. We wanted to try out writing such a game in java, also knowing how unlikely that is. We based the game on the LWJGL, basically a java wrapper for OpenGL. I was working on various topics, but my biggest topic was writing the game server application and implementing the client side communication between the players and the game server, based on tcp socket communication.
The facebook page of the project.