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)
This game is very silly, and most of the NYC park names (real and fake) are totally unbelievable. So far my favorites are "Bar and Grill Park" and "Le Playground" - you'll have to play to find out if they're real or not!