I wrote a quick and low-key Matlab script a while ago to triangulate images through the magic of Delaunay Triangulation and corner detection. The code is available here, and running it both plots the result in Matlab and saves it to an SVG file. Check out a few demos below!
I’ve started the process of pushing my old 3D printing code to GitHub; in the meantime, I’ll be keeping a gallery of 3D printed creations of mine on this page. Warning: they will all be heavily Instagram filtered.
When I was first learning complex analysis, I thought conformal mappings were too cool not to mess around with. In doing so, I ended up writing code to make some sweet conformal mapping art, as well as some sick warping GIFs. The Matlab code to make the GIFs is on my GitHub page, and some sample outputs are below.
Squigglish! is an iOS drawing app that makes the lines you draw wiggle. You can draw on a solid color canvas or on photos, and your creations can be exported to movies or GIFs. Like other projects of mine with Matt, it’s powered by the magic of Fourier series. You can download the app here, and look below for some sample outputs. I’ll be updating this gallery with some of my favorite Squigglish creations, and anyone who’s interested should feel encouraged to submit their faves!
I have a terrible time learning and retaining content from reading articles or textbooks, so I wrote a little bit of code to take a block of text and turn it into a multiple choice quiz by removing one word from every sentence. It’s called ActiveReader, and the code behind it is available on GitHub.
I’ve always loved how word clouds look, so I wrote up a MATLAB implementation for images. Like the Wordle algorithm described here, the code spirals out from a point on a canvas until it finds a point to place the image where no intersection occurs. Code and a few sample images are on my GitHub page.