Working as an Intern


The magic happened…I started working at the beginning of the summer as an Intern.

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Retro TRON clone in C

Hello my friends!

So it’s been a while… But my exams are over fortunately and I can concentrate on my side projects. Btw, I made a LinkedIn account, you can find me HERE.

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Me on GitHub

Hi readers!

I just wanted to make a quick note that I made a GitHub account. Fortunately I found out that there is a GitHub Education Pack and I can apply to it because I’m a student at Budapest University of Technology and Economics. 🙂
So you can follow me there too not just on Bitbucket.

Here is my GitHub with all my public projects and soon to be public ones. 😉


Image Analysis – Finger detection

I wanted to create a program which can detect the fingers on a photo. So I made one. This was my homework for my Industrial image processing class in University.

This was the rock,paper,scissors problem because my Matlab app can find the fingers on the image. So it’s just a playful name for an interesting problem.
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Image Analysis – Coin Counting

Yesterday I wrote about my big discovery that how amazing is Matlab and that little project I’ve made with it. Late night I couldn’t wait for today, so I started a 2nd project called…Coin Counting.

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Image Segmentation – Matlab

New semester, new goals, old laziness. 😀
At the 6th semester of my education I’ve got a class called “Industrial image processing“. Unfortunately the class is at 8 AM so my bed is more comfortable than the thought that I’m not attending the class. BUT!

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Playing with Arduino (without an Arduino)


I know it’s been a long time since I was here but I had to study a lot for university. But now, it’s time time for exams so, I’ve got a little time to play with. 🙂

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2015 in review

The stats helper monkeys prepared a 2015 annual report for this blog.

Here’s an excerpt:

A San Francisco cable car holds 60 people. This blog was viewed about 1,800 times in 2015. If it were a cable car, it would take about 30 trips to carry that many people.

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It is OUT! Simple AI for 2D Platformer Games version 2

At this moment I opened my email that says: Simple AI for 2D Platformer Games version has been accepted! 🙂

You can check it out HERE. 😉

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