— an AR tool for playing board game
Playing a board game is fun. Cheking rules of a complicated game, however, is not. What if you can see the rules with the context of game through the Augmented-Reality technology?
How do you read a long web article? Maybe taking a glance for the whole content, checking the structure and length of it, scanning images and quotes, or even jumping to the comment block. By taking Monocle on your Chrome browser, you can have a new perspective while reading on the web.
— the way you perform infinite loading
I want to learn and build Infinit-Loading effect by myself. It should be more than events, states or callbacks. It should be fun. Then I found a great metaphor for it.
A fun project that simulates an Augmented-Reality experience on mobile devices. Also a good chance to explore gyroscope API and review perspective math.
— to rain to not to rain?
Living in a rainy city, I often cared about weather forecasts. Obviously, one source is not enough. Cooking different weather APIs, I built a personal weather dashboard. Moreover, by hacking with the city traffic webcams, I got a series of live street-views along the way to my office.
— a photographer's portfolio
My brother is a photographer who sees the world with differnet eyes. I built this site for him to share the snapshots of his mind.
— a python workflow framework
In the past work, I developed complicated trend-mining processes on Hadoop. Maintaing the logic and tracking how data flows need a systematic practice. I build this workflow framework inspired by Apache’s Oozie. This framework is released without business intelligent involved.
— a hackday's bookmarklet
We share web pages everyday. But sometimes I just want to highlight a small fraction that draws my attention in the whole page, and share it with friends. I wrote this toy annotation tool (desktop only) in a one-day hack day.
— a small world around you
My research topic is about mining the relationships between entities extracted from the web. Visualization is an essential topic for better knowing the data. This a toy project shows the relationships between you and your friends on the Plurk SNS.
— learning vocabularies is fun
I started this project for learning vocabularies when I was a student. It's kept being improved even today. You can find not only basic definitions and thesaurus, but also visual impressions and trending word usages. You can also play it with prefix/suffix or learn new words from analogies.