Arup Design x University of Sheffield - Diamond Sensor Farm

Arup Design x University of Sheffield - Diamond Sensor Farm

On the basis of my dissertation about Smart Building data visualisation, I was contracted by the University of Sheffield and Arup to design and develop a VR system that provides intuitively visual representations of the internal and external environment of the University of Sheffield’s Diamond Smart Building. The graphical data visualisation techniques I am designing aim to aid performance analysis of the ventilation system in the atrium of the building....

Computer Science Dissertation 🖥 - Smart Building Data Visualisation with VR

Computer Science Dissertation 🖥 - Smart Building Data Visualisation with VR

The University of Sheffield’s Diamond building was designed to be a ’Smart Building’. As such, it contains approximately three thousand sensors which report data about the Diamonds internal environment, including temperature, humidity, CO2 levels, seat occupancy, lighting and heating status to a database called a Building Management System (BMS). Given the quantity of data recorded in the Diamond’s BMS, simplex numerical figures of the building’s environment are difficult to understand....

Solitaire Auto-Solve made with Haskell

Solitaire Auto-Solve made with Haskell

For a Computer Science university assignment, I had to make an implementation of a Solitaire (Patience) card game in Haskell, an advanced, purely functional programming language. The particular variant of Solitaire is called 8-Off.