Hello, my name is Seth. I have two Bachelors of Science degrees, Software Engineering and Cognitive Psychology, from Iowa State University. I'm interested in VR, making games, and other projects that sound like they belong in Sci-Fi movies. Let's make some cool stuff together.
This project is used to teach myself about Three.js and graphics. I am planning on adding a lot more to it in regards of the lighting effects. Assets are taken from Three.js or other open source communities. I do not claim to have made these textures, etc.
The goal was to use an EEG to register certain brain wave patterns to as event triggers. We can then use those triggers to allow the user to navigate through a randomly generated 3D maze by thinking a direction. I learned how to use QT/QML, and how to use it in conjunction with OpenGL.
The goal was to navigate through an obstacle course using only what we programmed the robot to recognize via sensors. We also implements a makeshift GUI of ASCII characters to display what the robot saw on a console. This project taught me about pointers, bit shifting, and events.
This is a work in progress for a game using a hex grid. The intention is to allow for maps to be procedurally generated and played to make storys for table top RPGS like D&D. The bulk of the code is about triangulating the mesh and perturbing vertices with perlin noise. Credit goes to Catlike Coding and Red Blob Games for their tutorials on hex grids.
Feel free to contact me about job offers, fun projects, or just to say hello!