This page contains links to some of my old software projects in AVR-C/Assembly, Java, and Objective-C.
An interactive computer program that uses Numerov’s method to numerically evaluate time-independent particle wavefunctions for various potentials that can be adjusted by the user. I wrote this GUI in Java for my 9th grade introductory programming final project. In addition to modeling simple systems like a particle in a box, the program was also able to solve for Hydrogen atom orbitals and their energy eigenvalues.
Sometimes (often!), it’s desirable to convert an 0.8V – 3.6V analog value from a hall effect scooter/Ebike throttle to a servo PWM signal that can be read by the brushless motor controller on your vehicle. I used the ADC and a timer/counter module in an ATTiny85V microcontroller to implement this conversion in my attempts to reincarnate StraightRazer (more on that someday…). The code and Eagle files should be useful to anyone trying to use an EV throttle with a Hobbyking ESC in their scooter.
This iPad app was written for my 11th grade iOS programming final project. It uses the iPad’s WiFi capability to communicate with a (slightly hacked) Hobbyking wifi module. Yaw and throttle are determined by joysticks on the iPad screen, while roll and pitch are determined by the physical orientation of the iPad, which is read using the built-in accelerometer and gyroscope.
Here’s a youtube video. It worked much better than this later on, but I never documented it properly and the iOS code has since started refusing to compile because new versions of Apple’s app development software and programming language are not backwards compatible. I wish I’d written it for an Android!