Heightfield approximation is a computationally cheap method for fluid simulation which gives surprisingly realistic looking results. In exchange, the approximation is unable to represent more complex phenomena such as breaking waves, splashing, and droplets. This makes the algorithm a good fit for real-time simulation of large bodies of fluid such as lakes or oceans.
This software is an interactive visualization of the heightfield approximation algorithm and an example of its implementation. A variety of features are available: users may perturb the surface and edit the domain in real-time; users may change the water level; users may generate new terrains and initial fluid surfaces based on perlin noise parameters; users may pause the simulation and step through it in time.
C++, CUDA (Thrust)
The VIPER Scraper is an open-source system for scraping and ingesting multi-model data from Twitter and Instagram. The system includes You Only Look Once (YOLO) real-time object detection integration for Twitter. This is useful for uncovering relations between image data and natural language or other metadata, all of which is accessible with the VIPER system.
The VIPER scraper was developed to support projects at the University of Oklahoma Data Analytics Lab, including the Visual Inspection of Personal Exposed Records (VIPER) project.
Python, OpenCV, You Only Look Once (YOLO) Real Time Object Detection, Selenium
I built this site to share my art and code, and to learn the tools necessary to create future projects.
Python, Django, PostgreSQL, Bootstrap, Amazon S3, and Heroku
A deep neural network capable of predicting the atomization energies of organic molecules. Traditionally, the calculation of a molecule’s atomization energy is computationally expensive, slowing down the work of researchers. However, by using DNNs it is possible accurately predict atomization energies, thereby freeing computational resources and improving the workflow of the research team.
The network is accurate within a 2% error over the test set of organic molecules.
Python, Google TensorFlow
AskUTD is an Alexa skill for UTD students providing live parking information, crisis hotline numbers, contact information for various offices, and fun facts about UTD.
This hack won first prize for the HackUTD AWS challenge, and served as the prototype for the Alexa rollout on UTD's main campus.
Node.js, AWS Lambda, and the Alexa Skills Kit (ASK)
Wallrider is a game about falling down walls and shooting ghosts made in Game Maker Studio 2. You can download the game for free on itch.io.
Game Maker Studio 2. Art assets were made primarily in Aseprite, and music was made in Bosca Ceoil