Here are the different projects I worked on, sorted from latest to earliest.
Most important projects are highlighted in blue.
All projects aren't here yet, here are some of them that still need to be written:
My first Flutter app: a minimalist and original clock made for the Flutter Clock Challenge.
Three beautiful electronic clocks, each displaying time differently. They are made out of RGB LEDs and copper wires as the structure, with 3D-printed and painted cases.
An 8-bit computer entirely made out of TTL logic chips on a dozen breadboards.
Music player app for FrSky's Taranis RC radios.
A modular computer with a vintage look.
Small and simple game for the PICO-8 fantasy console.
Small showcase website to present the Ergodis association and its projects.
Hey, it’s the website you’re on! 😃 Small website to showcase my projects and keep track of them.
Reverse engineering of a Samsung printer’s control panel.
Functional replica of the world’s first personal computer.
Website for the students of my school that allows them to clearly see their grades with a nice interface.
Smart locker, wirelessly connected to the internet (IoT), to make students’ lives easier. Secure stuff with an alarm and shows previews of important information.
App made in high school for the ISN speciality project. Shows the shortest way to get between two classrooms.
High-school project for the SI speciality. Propotype of a low-cost Braille printer.
Simple app for [Pebble] smartwatches that allows you to count things.
Small showcase website to present kiteboarding photos of my father, shot in Loire-Atlantique.
Web game in which students play daily to be the last survivor.
My first real big project I made when I was 11. A blog about technology running WordPress.