Everybody loves robots! Except maybe Sarah Connor. She seemed pretty terrified back in 1984. Here are a few helping you with some every day life essentials such as filling in those sudokus and solving your Rubik's Cube. Who cares about Skynet becoming self-aware and taking over the world, when you can have Artificial Intelligence playing Tetris instead! And while my robots are busy with world domination, I use my free time for a variety of other projects.
My latest cube solving robot, built with LEGO and a cheap webcam. Programmed in Java. When motivated, it will solve your cubes in about 12 seconds. Much faster than most people can peel off stickers.
Arcades are cool so I decided to build one. Housing a Raspberry Pi to run RetroPi and an Arduino to connect the buttons. Fight!
Move over WhatsApp. WiFi connected LEGO houses are here! Simply press the button for instant messaging.View on Hackster.io
Artificial Intelligence playing - butchering - the original 8bit NES Tetris. After hitting 999.999 I got bored and turned it off. Written in LUA running on the BizHawk emulator </nerd>
NES Tetris is fun for a while. Time to get serious. This Java clone completes about 1000 lines per second on my old computer.Download here
This is what makes time travel possible. Ongoing research, but feeling optimistic. As the Doc always says: "If you put your mind to it, you can accomplish anything".
Smashing the down and right arrow, playing 2048 can be relaxing. Then your lazy nature kicks in and you write an AI to do it for you.
Designed for lazy people who still want to boast with their Sudoku solving skills.
8bit Link lost in a 16bit world. Java game engine proof of concept, including a map builder to create your own worlds and dungeons. I hope the poor guy finds his way back to Hyrule.
Get creative when a lack of available friends to play against presents itself. Be prepared to lose though. It does not care about your feelings.
Dumb robot, only capable of following a line. But pretty good at doing so. My first - working - robot!