Web apps!

Over the last couple months I’ve been working on web applications, since I want more of my work to be accessible to more people.

Grid is a game my father, Alec Barker, originally wrote for Windows. I adapted it for web, and also added an AI API. There are three builtin AIs, and you can also upload your own JavaScript file to include your own AI. The hard AI is literally nearly impossible to beat*, partly due to the way the game is designed: the AI just follows its opponent, and neither player (usually) makes any progress. If you can think of a modification to the game that would solve this issue, let me know!

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*My sister Emily managed to beat the hard AI
*My sister Emily managed to beat the hard AI

Cubr is an application I originally wrote in Python using OpenCV for a programming course (read about that here.) As of now, Web Cubr can solve the cube, but this is only the beginning. I’m working on a more user-friendly tutorial mode, as well as webcam integration. A goal I have for this project is to make color detection adaptive. That is, every time the program detects the wrong color and the user corrects it, it will learn and become more accurate for future users.

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