Let’s remake our own version of the famous Pong game… but in 30 minutes!Read More »Re-coding Pong in 30 minutes! (Unity/C#)
Here’s a little animation I made in 1h to play around with Blender modifiers!Read More »A little kitschy dancing man… in Blender (1h-challenge)
This week, let’s continue exploring some concepts that the Advent of Code (AoC) challenges bring back to my memory. During Day 12 this year, Eric Wastl offered to examine how we could simulate a very basic newtonian system of 4 moons that attract each other and move in a periodic pattern over time. Just like for Day 15, I also made a little visualization to make the explanation a bit more catchy to the eye 🙂
Lately, a friend of mine introduced me to Advent of Code, a project of online programming challenges by Eric Wastl. Since 2015, every year, he has been posting a series of programming puzzles all throughout December; this “Advent calendar of small programming puzzles for a variety of skill sets and skill levels” always revolves around a Christmas-themed storyline and offers you an opportunity to learn new algorithms, programming languages or various tips & tricks.