Someone said, curiosity feeds experience, but more importantly, experience feeds curiosity. I can attest to that: leave me long enough with any topic and I'm doomed to find a fascinating angle to it.
So I ended up doing research in fields as apparently disconnected as musical instrument design and real-time collaborative software; exploring computer graphics at a time when generating a scene took the best part of a day; and writing code in about a dozen programming languages. Nowadays, while still busy with technology, I'm finding those fascinating angles in dance pedagogy and foreign language acquisition.
I'm always happy to connect with people and hear about interesting projects. Feel free to drop me a line. I'm currently based in Budapest and travel often within Europe.
(Updated Feb. 2016. Independent projects only. For work-for-hire, feel free to request a CV.)
|Tech||private alpha Open-source, low-cost device to enable non-technical communities to host and manage virtual libraries|
|Language||under development Fully conversational method for foreign language acquisition||Social||LibrInVista: Rethinking the factory as opportunity for cultural life (collaboration)|
|Software||Org-Dashboard: Planner and visual progress tracker for Emacs Org-mode|
|Software||SamePlace: Research exploring a novel way of designing real-time, multi-user applications based on a mix of web and instant messaging technologies. Winner of Mozilla's Extend Firefox 2 contest and presented at XTech Paris 2007 (paper)|
|Software||MozRepl: Remote control and interactive programming for Firefox and other Mozilla-based applications|
|Music||Palette: Non-mechanical design and implementation of fully chromatic harp. Exhibit at World Harp Congress Prague 1999 (paper)|