It has been exactly a month since our first day in Boston. Our heads and my phone are about to burst from the sheer number of impressions and stimuli we … Continue reading Our First Month in the US
Over the past several months Simon has spent many hours per day 100%-ing Baba Is You and studying Baba Is You related content. He also just enjoyed creating his own … Continue reading Just Playing
Simon has succeeded in making a playable game using another game as a programming language. He created a clone of Fight using Baba Is You, currently one of his favorite … Continue reading “I have made a game in a game!”
Everyone at our household have always had aversion to violent computer games. When we speak of games, we mainly speak of immersive environments, educational games and, since Simon took his … Continue reading First Steps in Unity 🎱
Simon and his wonderful friend Abhay built a text to speech bot, who now joins their almost daily meetups: Earlier in March, Simon and Abhay also built a different bot … Continue reading More bots
This was a beast of a project but Simon didn’t cave in. The video below features the two of us trying to unscramble the bot’s scrambles and also the painful … Continue reading Discord Bot to Play Word Scramble
One of our favorite games to play together is Telestrations, a version of the telephone game where players illustrate a word and pass it on for the next player to … Continue reading Telestrations
Also in October, Simon built a game bot that can play math games with him. At the moment, the bot only plays the higher-lower game, but will learn to play … Continue reading Simon’s Game Bot
Simon’s sister Neva has started a vlog and Simon, busy as he is, enjoys editing her videos. For the first 17-minute video he has also done all the subtitles (translating … Continue reading Simon edits his sisters vlog and does the subtitles
Simon writes: This amazing sentence is generated by a Markov Text-Generation Algorithm. What is a Markov Algorithm? Simply put, it generates the rules from a source text, and it generates … Continue reading It takes the sun to the ground, and violet on the observer’s eye.
Had great fun learning how to crack codes using Python! Simon is currently following the Programming with Python course on Brilliant.org and showed me how to see whether an encrypted … Continue reading Encoding and Cracking Codes in Python
“I can see that your son has native speaker skills, but we still cannot give him a passing grade”, the English examinator told me in an apologetic tone of voice. … Continue reading What are exams good for?