I'm Leo Izen, a student interested in mathematics, science, and computers. Check out my stuff on this page.
- Digital Clock - I built a working digital 24-hour clock using 7490A counter ICs, 7447 BCD to 7-segment ICs, and common anode 7-segment displays.
I've written a few standalone programs in Flash and Java.
- Tanks - This is a preliminary version that utilizes Perlin Noise to generate a landscape, then employs a Runge-Kutta method to trace projectiles with various forces acting on them.
- Electromagnetic Field Hockey - This is a preliminary version named after Electric Field Hockey on The University of Colorado's PhET website, but allows multiple moving charges and includes a constant into-the-screen magnetic field. It uses a Runge-Kutta method to track the moving objects.
- Conway's Game of Life - This simulates Conway's Game of Life. If you're not thoroughly bored with the game of life (unlike John Conway) or don't know what this is, see this Wikipedia article.
- Tic Tac Toe - Play Tic Tac Toe against a human or a computer at varying difficulties on either a traditional board, a flat torus or a klein bottle. After playing around with this for a bit, try to lose on difficulty level 0. It's harder than you think!
I write mods for the popular game Minecraft, under the pseudonym thebombzen.
The mods comprise AutoSwitch, EnchantView, MobAura, and WorldAndGenerationTweaks.
You can check out my mods here.