Full Stack Developer - from neural networks, to virtual reality RPGs.
In my free time, I like to play games, make them, and work on other cool projects. I've compiled a list of them here that I'll be updating as I make more things in the future.
I built a neural network in Python that learned to aim on the popular rhythm game osu! using Python. The entire project was livestreamed to Twitch almost 24/7 and quickly became a success after gaining over 150,000 views in 30 days. The neural network itself, dubbed "Neuro-sama", developed over time, starting off as a simple self-made feed forward neural network and eventually becoming a large convolutional neural network powered by Tensorflow. This was my first large project with a neural network but will certainly not be the last. You can watch a video showcasing the neural network here.
A short captivating story-driven game created by a multi-disciplinary team under strict time constraints for the 7 day Community Game Jam 2019 competition. It was an ambitious project created completely from scratch using C# in Unity and was received well by the community. You play as Thomas, who heavily enjoys the thrill of gambling, and follow his story as he plays through many questionable casino games. You can play the game for free at https://vedal.itch.io/compulsive-casino.
The player's journey begins in a medieval village terrorized by a multitude of different terrifying enemies that are led by a fearsome dragon. The player can converse with NPCs around the village by simply shaking their hand and receive quests through the games questing system. They can cast spells using gesture recognition with the wand, fight multiple monsters in real-time combat using the trajectory predicting bow and the infamous Sword of Light that the prophecy foretold of. The player must increase the power of the Sword of Light using the souls of enemies until they can raise an army against the dragon and eventually potentially save the village. You can watch the trailer here.
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