Happy \( \pi \) day! In the spirit of \( \pi \) day, I wanted to compute the millionth digit of \( \pi \) using my GPU!
In my continued efforts to learn webGL, I wanted to make an engine for conway’s game of life. Click on this post for final result!
I’ve been trying to re-learn webGL lately. To get myself started, I’ve been trying to implement some simple visual effects as fragment shaders. In this post I’m going to be detailing how I made a hexel effect.
Recently, I came across this post which I found pretty interesting as a fellow owner of a arduino UNO. I also had a few cherry switches left over from a recent mechanical keyboard build, so I wanted to try my hand at building a keyboard/mouse from scratch as a learning exercise. You can find my current progress on this project over at https://github.com/aneeshdurg/arduino-keyboard/.
Hi everyone! It’s been a long time since I’ve updated my website (probably should more often…I’m paying for the hosting anyway…). Today I’d like to share with y’all something short and silly I made while trying to not think about my midterms. I’ve decided to try writing this in a tutorial format, with the intended readers being people who’re new to bash scripting.
Hi everyone! Today’s post is going to be a little different from most of my posts because I’m going to also write a short update about myself! Yay!!!
Hi all, it’s been a while since my last post. (Un)fortunately this isn’t a post about my more exciting Haskell project, but about a quick terminal enhancement I cooked up today!
Hello, my possibly (probably) nonexistant readers! It’s been a while since I’ve written anything. For starters, happy new year!
I was playing around with d3.js and made this animation thing. Move the cursor to experience it and click to see the code!
Recently, I’ve been playing around with my .bashrc file on my laptop and trying to make the time I spend at my laptop a little more exciting. Additionaly, I’ve been a huge fan of the pokemon franchise since I was young enough to frolick through meadows without incurring strange looks from others. I decided to bring the world of pokemon into my terminal.
I recently made a chrome extension called smartZoom which makes chrome set the browser’s zoom level based off of the user’s proximity to their laptop using getUserMedia. While I wouldn’t say it’s entirely complete and working they way I want it to, it can definately be considered a proof of concept.
This post details how I made the CameraTheremin. I hope you find it useful.
It’s my first post!