I write code and travel through time.** legal: Jet exclusively travels forward through time at a rate of one second per second, relative to an observer travelling at the same velocity as him.
I like video games, running, and putting absurdly large images on my website.
I'm terrible at learning languages (but try anyway), dabble in editing photos and creating SVG, and was once a model for a day.
If I could do anything, it would be exploring the solar system. In lieu of that, exploring Earth will do.
collaboration with Frequency Central
I sometimes program and co-design synthesiser modules with Frequency Central.
I use PIC microcontrollers and write with assembly code, which I'm told makes me a troglodyte.
Those are synth modules
This is my love letter to the Fallout video game series.
It originally started as just a simple implementation of the hacking minigame as subject to experiment my newly-learned web development skill on.
Over the years it has grown to become a deep and faithful recreation of the computation experience from that post-apocalyptic world.
It's the thing that brings the most people to my website, and I'm very proud of it.
Four years is a long time, so naturally there were ups and downs in there, but overall it was a good experience for me.
My favourite thing was taking part in Hackathons and writing goofy code with my friends.
Graduation day! I didn't want to attend the ceremony so didn't get to wear a gown like my friends.
Here I am competing in a Hackathon with my friends.
After graduating University, the first thing I did was boldly take my first steps into exploring the world!
Actually, that's a total lie. I actually spent three months working on a research paper with my professors, then a further four months developing synth modules. But after all that, I took my first steps to exploring the world!
Travelling alone was an exhilarating experience. I didn't have a set itinerary, so I never knew what I'd be doing on a given date.
Here's a few things that didn't deserve their own section.