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ReactJS + WebVR = 3D Portfolio

A principle part of my ITP residency is to create the ITP 2020 Thesis Archive. Each year, we make a unique website to show all the students’ beautiful thesis projects. What would we make this year? I had an idea. Why not make a VR one? If that’s not feasible, a 3D one? The first […]

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Coronavirus Ticker

Coronavirus Ticker is a personal project. I’m doing my best to make it a good app. If you have any questions, please leave a comment or shoot me an email directly. I’m more than happy to help. My email: yy2473@nyu.edu.

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Easiest Way to Start a SS Server. First Year Free

Y’all have a Gmail account, right? Well, good news! Gcloud offers 300$ free trial, which is enough for a small VPS to run for a year. So, today I decided to migrate my SS server from Bandwagonhost to Gcloud, just to take advantage of this free money. If you happen to need an SS server, […]

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Receiving SMS messages and forwarding them to my email.

mailMySMS This Nodejs script checks if there are SMS messages received by my Raspberry Pi, and automatically sends them to designated emaill address when found. Part one How to forward those SMSs as emails to my email address. Assume we have several text files in /home/pi/sms/inbox/, which are received by gammu. We will read them, […]

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Automatic Code Syntax Highlighting in WordPress

When I started blogging, I immediately needed to include some code snippets in my post. The intuitive move was trying to find a WP plug-in that can do this job. I installed some of the top plugins that branded as code highlighting tools. However, most of them require you to click the small button then […]

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Having Fun Refurbish My Portfolio Page – IntersectionObserver

When I was building my own portfolio page, I thought I was smart and creative — creating a simple webpage using plain javascript. However, I changed my mind on a beautiful Sunday afternoon. A guy sitting next to me was playing his phone and murmuring: It’s 2019 and this website is not even responsive? He […]

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Magical Pencil

Magical Pencil is a video game telling a story about a journey of a deserter who has a magical pencil by which whatever is drawn becomes real. In the game, players can create whatever they want by hand drawing to help the character gets to his home. The game can recognize what the player is […]

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Magical Pencil – Unity Client

Do I need to document everything? It’s super long if I do so. I think it’s better to put a link to the source codes and only explain essential parts here. Source Code Before I start. In the past, I’ve only made one unity projects, the VR one called It’s Time to Go to Time. […]

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Magical Pencil – Concept

I finally decided to make a video game, which was my dream. Thank Gabe for his supportiveness. It was him encouraging me to do some research about games and find out some ideas while I cannot make up my mind. Then I started working on finding game ideas. I want this game to be an […]

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How Did I Make My Doodle Predicting Server

This is a documentation about the server part of my Thesis project, a game played by doodling. In the game, you can create everything in your mind, via doodling. It’s like Scribblenauts, but instead of typing the name of an item, you draw it. In the beginning, I thought Google could provide an API for […]