stuff i’ve made
software & hardware development
Here are some things that I’ve made in my free time.
wpk++ & online judge | 2023
Built a new interpreter for the woodpecker esolang and an online judge with live leaderboard to go together with it. Uses Rust and SvelteKit.
slidershim | 2022
Software adapter that translates various types of Chunithm controller data to keyboard/gamepad output while handling controller LED lighting. Uses many technologies such as serial, webserver, websockets and HID. Written in Rust.
Portfolio website | 2022
Currently running on SvelteKit. Previous iterations since 2020 have used Sapper, Next.js and Gatsby.
Also, have some rain (try to use a desktop).
AutoAnki | 2021
Provide any text and get a suggested anki cloze card for that text using machine learning and natural language processing magic. Especially useful for getting anki cards that are in your own writing style without spending too much time manually curating cards. Built with Tensorflow and BERT, runs on Google Colab.
ChedPlus | 2021
A fork of
.sus editor with various new features
and quality of life tweaks. Built with C# and WinForms.
brokenithm-kb | 2021
Github | Demo Video | Download
Turns any tablet device into a remote keyboard for a windows machine, to be used to play various rhythm game simulators. Built with websockets and MSVC++.
Fleet | 2019
An all-in-one vehicle tracker app for (R)SAF drivers, helping keep track of
mileage driven and vehicle status. Made during my free time during enlistment
using Vue and Couchdb. This idea was later adopted by the staff there and
are developing an official version the official version has since been
GCE A-level Notes | 2017
My A-level revision notes, written in LaTeX and all open source. My idea of avoiding having to revise was to crawl the LaTeX stack exchange.Updated to the 2017 syllabus revision.
IIVX | 2015
A build log of a hardware project I did in secondary school to DIY a music game controller. Involved experimenting with electronics, Arduino microcontrollers, CAD/CAM, 3D modelling and 3D printing. 40 stars on Github and counting!
These are some things I’ve made as part of various hackathons, all made in 24 hour long (sleepless) events.
Pynoculars | 2022
A Jupyter Notebook extension that handles code and data egress intended for online class progress tracking and management.
We gave a talk at NUSHackers’ Friday Hacks and shared more about how it works.Submitted to Hack n Roll 2022
SUS URL Shortener | 2021
A URL shortener that disguises links over messaging apps and social media by abusing metadata tags and rich media embeds. Made with Svelte / Sapper.Submitted to INTUition 2021
SafeEntry Please | 2021 | 🥇
Try it out | Devpost | Github
A Sinkie version of Papers Please for the pandemic age. Procedural generation of graphics assets was done with help of machine learning, everything else written in Svelte.Submitted to Hack n Roll 2021, it won the Top 8 prize!
Rabbitmania | 2020 | 🥇
Cai or Not | 2019
A joke machine learning project to decide the caifan dish you are eyeing counts as a vegetable or meat.Submitted to Hack n Roll 2019
Ballpoint | 2017
Turn a ping pong ball into a rudimentary wii remote motion controller using webcam magic.Submitted to Hack n Roll 2017