The projects below all have code associated with them. By default, I don’t make my code publicly available, with code for research projects being the main exception.
I have a personal “sandbox” repository that I use to prototype toy examples of things I read or learn about, both regarding new technologies or new algorithms. The sandbox repo itself is not publicly available. It is however hosted on gitlab, which comes with a bunch of awesome stuff, including a free CI and wiki. The CI of my sandbox is set up to run every night and update a public webpage.
I expect my research code to start out in my sandbox repo and then be forked off into separate repos if and when the research idea reaches a more mature stage. Once the latter happens, I will update this page with links to the respective repositories.
C++17 Monte Carlo Renderer
Implementing Pixar’s Curly Hair Algorithm
edX verified certification
C++ Unified Physics Library
Short Paper Proceedings of Eurographics 2015.
Implementing genetic programming in python for Golaem
Houdini FX TD role in Group Project
C++ library with implicit integration
6 years worth of Uni projects
Coursework regarding physically based light transport
Building a ray tracer from scratch