This is my solution to day 3 of Advent of Code 2018 (https://adventofcode.com/2018/day/3).
I was pretty excited about this code, because it maps very cleanly to how I thought about the problem in my head when I sat down to write it. I think it's a great illustration of how nice it can be to solve problems like this in languages with built-in support for multidimensional arrays!
An interactive visualization of the space of Euler spiral segments and their optimal conversion to cubic Béziers.
This blog post really clearly explains a fun concept related to probability and expected value.
Jennifer Wang built a Harry Potter magic wand that uses machine learning to detect gestures. The wand contains an inertial measurement unit (IMU) to sense position & orientation. You can watch her talk on the ML design process and find the code on GitHub.
This is such a useful and simple tool! Use Stencilfy to write text in any font you like, and turn it into a stencil you can cut out on a laser cutter. Read more about it here: https://medium.com/@scientiffic/stencilfy-creating-laser-cutter-friendly-type-b7b8ef1831ec
Beautiful visualization of NYC subway activity over the course of a week.
It explores an interesting way to consume media, and is a great example of what you can get done in a week in an environment like RC.
Have you wondered, "Hey, is the number 144 cool?" Wonder no more: this site will tell you every fun fact you ever wanted to know about a number and then some.
Emily's creative coding projects are cool enough, what's even cooler is the work she does to share her process and teach others! (like this video)