Here I post demo videos of all computer programs and utilities I did as a hobbyist. I always enjoyed programming as a hobby and the below video tiles contain silly things starting from my school. Even-though many videos does not make sense in today’s world, I still want them in this page as I see all of them as stepping stones that helped building myself.
 Our visualzation team has a long tradition of sending interactive and creative Christmas Cards every year. Sometimes the card would take the form of a game. This year, I got an opportunity to develop a web-based game as part of the Christmas card preparation.
[School/College time Project] An embedded system that displays text send from the computer in an LED display. It was really fun creating the whole display from scratch.
[School/College time Project] This tool helps fighting virus attacks from USB based devices. I developed this at the time when I couldn't afford an antivirus.
[School/College time Project] An 8085 simulator. Shortage of enough hardware kits at my college lab was compelling for me developing this tool.
[School/College time Project] Controlling a computer animation using two strands of wire connected to the parallel port of the computer.
[School/College time Project] An online SMS sending website, named way2sms, being programmatically used to flood SMS to another phone.
[School/College time Project] A trustable personal tracking system that can monitor and alert the status of emails that have been sent to a recipient.
[School/College time Project] A bad guy's tool to fetch data from other's computer. This one records and sends data to a preset email address.
[School/College time Project] The program demonstrates interaction of flash and .NET modules using a simple login example.
[School/College time Project] Had a lot of fun when I animated my desktop. Shows a situation when the desktop SPACE immediately gets some GRAVITY.
[School/College time Project] Making use of the arduino that was lying around, I put together a simple musical dancing light setup!
[School/College time Project] This program demnstrated the use of parallel port of a computer to control external devices.
[School/College time Project] A program that demonstrates the interaction of a module developed in flash with a module developed in .NET.