Listed here are all projects that either consist of or include a video.

Floating Eye in a Jar With Motion Tracking

2018-06-11

This is a floating eye in a jar controlled via magnets, servos, OpenCV, and a Raspberry Pi. There's also been a blog post in the official Raspberry Pi blog. More

Moleline

2017-09-22

Have you ever seen one of those tourist signs showing the way to far-distant places around the world? I found it curious that they almost always point at the horizon rather than at the ground. More

Spaceship: Gamified Psychological Perception Experiment

2016-05-28

This is my team's result of the 2015/2016's winter semester project seminar "Games Engineering" in cooperation with the department of Psychology at the University of Paderborn. More

Three Sunsets Through My Window

2014-03-25

A short timelapse video of three sunsets I shot through the window at my parents' house. More

3D Animation: Pou Meets KEVA Contraption (and breaks it)

2013-05-29

For some reason, this Blender animation has amassed over one million views since its creation in 2013. More

IntenseVT – Vocabulary Trainer

2012-07-10

A vocabulary slash flashcards trainer. The idea is that a test is only complete if every question has been answered correctly exactly once. Wrongly answered questions are kept in the pool of questions not yet answered. More

Scanning Tunneling Microscope: JohanneumSTM

2012-06-21

In 12th grade at high school I was asked to join the year's Physics project class and to help write a data retrieval and visualization tool for a scanning tunneling microscope (STM) they were going to build. As a separate project for Arts class, where we were tasked to create advertisements, I created a short animated video about our project. More

Presentation Software for CRT, LCD/TFT, and Plasma Displays

2010-04-30

In 9th or 10th grade at school I was supposed to give a presentation on different screen technologies in Physics class. Luckily, I was due only after a two-week break, so I wrote this interactive software with Object Pascal / Delphi and OpenGL. More

Cellular Automata: Binary, Conway's Game of Life, Langton's Ant

2009-02-26

Conway's Game of Life was my first implementation of a cellular automaton, which I started working on thanks to a suggestion of my programming teacher (who was also a high school student then). In the following months I also wrote implementations of binary or so-called elementary cellular automata, as well as Langton's Ant. More