It has been over a month since I graduated as Master of Science at the Delft University of Technology. I have somewhat recovered from the sleep deprivation that comes with a graduation project, so now it is time to show you what I worked on.
I am quite fond of the Ubuntu font. It is free, easy to read and just a little bit playful. I'd like to use it for documents to give it a distinctive feel. Here's how you can use it in latex with IEEEtran, a template for conference proceedings.
A while back I posted a video on youtube of me painting on a 3D mesh inside a webbrowser using a Leap Motion. This was just a quick demo I had made "for the fun of it". However, I got great reactions on that video. Even Leap Motion contacted me to ask whether they could add the demo to their leapjs example page. Of course they can! So today I release Leap Mesh Painter.
Soon I will publish demo of painting on a 3D mesh using a Leap Motion inside a browser. In anticipation of this I'd like to show you a little something I wrote for that demo. It is a colorpicker that you can control with a Leap Motion (as well as a mouse). I will show you how to re-create this step by step. Let's dive in!
Recently I have been working with a Leap Motion. I surprised me how easy it was to set it up under ubuntu (and windows for that matter), once you know where to get the right files.
A while back a colleague of me wondered whether it would be possible to build the old school snake game using radio-buttons. I accepted this challenge and bought enough food and water to last for a long cold winter. This is my story.
Four years Ago I wrote my first post on my fresh new wordpress blog. I planned on writing interesting stuff about webdevelopment, tinkering with arduinos and other general geeky things. However, I never really got the hang of it, partially caused by wordpress.
So here you are. You have just spend weeks on your brand new website and you feel quite satisfied with the result, but still there’s this feeling as if you missing something. Of course, some good ol’ easter-eggs!