Bio: I help run the Recurse Center.
In my spare time, I like learning Mandarin and walking around New York.
An emulator for the Z80 processor, with a web-based UI which lets you load programs, step through their instructions, and see the current state of main memory and all registers.
A gentle introduction to the world of image processing, accessible to anyone who's familiar with Python.
A clever use of augmented reality to overlay the New York City subway map over a MetroCard.
A fun exploration of how to use generic types in Rust to write code that feels more Lisp-like.
Using a Sequence to Sequence model to generate punchlines for fake jokes.
Reap.vim hijacks the = operator to run Python 3 source code directly from vim
buffers, annotating it with values and output.
A beautiful collection of images generated using style transfer, along with code and instructions so you can try making more yourself.
My favorite part about this project is that it implements recursion using file processing!
Ben sent 3.7 billion packets to effectively all of the reachable internet, and then visualized the results.
How quickly do packets travel across the Internet?