While MikeFez.net has a lot of pupose behind the scenes, I figured I'd use this domain to share some of the personal projects I've worked on over the years. While the updates might be rare, I promise to keep this site filled with interesting content.
Many of the personal projects viewable below are now out dated, but feel free to browse them anyways. If you have any questions about them, please feel free to contact me to discuss.
This script is almost identical to the Movement Tracker project, however it only supports one color to track. Simply, it breaks the image from your webcam up into sections. It displays what section the tracked object is currently in when moved into a region. Its a simple game controller concept, showing that events can be triggered when the object tracked moves into a specific section.
This is the most advanced script I have yet coded, and is the main work of my AutoIT creations. This script, when complete, will allow two players to play pong through their webcam by selecting two different colors. The program will then designate the selected colors as paddles, causing the ball to bounce when touching them. Currently, it allows two players to select colors and tracks them on screen, however no gameplay has been intergrated.
Growing up, I was that child that would disassemble his toys rather than play with them, because the real fun was in seeing just how exactly they functioned. Plain and simple, I'm a tinkerer. Learning, conceptualizing, designing, improving and creating. These processes are are the core to my being.