good choice. i don't like coffee either
You're a spaceship in a frictionless vacuum! You can shoot out 2s, and sometimes 4s! Build up the elusive 2048 asteroid!
. Bookmark this link, click it on any web page, and start eating all the things! (Note: eating all the things not guaranteed.)
A parody of Angry Birds. Click on the slingshot, then drag and release to launch a knight.
angry knights ii: gladucks
Later, some ducks wandered into the Aperture Science Enrichment Center and learned about portals.
Two fleets of ships equipped with short-range lasers. Click and hold to command your side.
Clone with DMark Mascaro of a
Japanese rhythm arcade game
. Intended for tablets. (Contains no actual songs.)
Click to place bodies that direct the flow of particles. The arrow keys control the force exerted.
An interactive Markov-chain text generator. Be warned that it will download a 26MB data file.
Minecraft in 2D (without the -craft). You're trapped on an island with an infinite supply of dirt...
mouse vs mole
project with ALL THE PARTNERS. Two-player, one-computer competitive browser game. Half Terraria, half Worms.
A little widget for the 2011
IL, representing the power grid of the spaceship
A port of
that also automatically learns spritesheets from tiled map images.
the tangled web
project with Alex Chernyakhovsky. A visualization of connections between programs and libraries on a modern Linux system.
A shifting, multidimensional visual poem intended to evoke some of the spirit of MIT. As such, it is demanding, confusing, and poorly designed.
Prototype with DMark Mascaro for a *deep breath* browser-based multiplayer synchronous time-constrained dungeon crawl.
server written from scratch, running a world based on
"The Library of Babel"
and Tim Reynolds. Compiler for a subset(ish) of Java, with output in β, C, JS, LLVM, or amd64 assembly.
An OpenGL frontend to a randomized terrain generator based on
. Used for a class at
Play 2048 in your terminal??? Put it in your build script and be less bored while your code compiles!
Play Breakout in your terminal! Vaguely nyan-cat themed for reasons. Also known as arc anoid. (Thanks to Evan Priestley et al. for bugfixes.)
project with Daniel Gray and DD Liu. Android music composition app using automatic note recognition, with editing and exporting features.
A rudimentary blog written in shell scripts, because that's what CS freshmen do.
An extremely dumb web implementation of
A web-based port of xcluster, an ancient X application that displays Athena clusters on the MIT campus.
Enter the titles of two Wikipedia articles to find the shortest path of links from one to the other.
A tiny server that solves the
file transfer problem
. Upload a file, and use the one-time link to download it somewhere else. Your file is never stored on the server.
"Poetry" generated by letting
run without input. Essentially a Markov chain on English letters.
Two poems randomly assembled from a pool of lines.
An experiment in stochastic music, using chords from Bach cantatas filtered through the imperfect medium of HTML5.
. Poetry from a Markov-chain text generator that knows about rhyme and meter. (
the sequel, produced by a recurrent neural net.)
What happens when you randomly flip bits in a MIDI file.
A bot that plays telephone pictionary with itself. (Alternate drawing the last sentence and describing the last picture, and see how badly the message gets mangled.)
Output of a neural net trained on
don't even ask
this will probably disappear soon
. A theme and four variations in G major for flute, violin, viola, and cello.
A quartet with a familiar melody in the
. A little piece for
A wind quintet inspired by various video game music, particularly Tifa's Theme from Final Fantasy VII.
kat + annie
A drawing of Kat and Annie, from
I did some fan art (and fan fiction) for Harry Potter and the Methods of Rationality. Search for "Lanthanum".
A chiptune, or something.
ave atque vale
a sequel of sorts to Daedalus
a short story written for
a short story written for CMS.S61
wizards and muggles