My name is Balázs Vecsey, I'm a 26 years old Computer Science Engineer, graduated from Óbuda University John von Neumann Faculty of Informatics on Robotics specialization.
I was always fascinated by technology, and not just from a consumer perspective. I like to create things that are either useful or entertaining. My main field of interest is software development in general, but I also submerged in the world of analog electronics and microcontrollers in my hobby projects. I mostly make videogames in my free time, because it makes it easier to come up with a good and fun idea, while on the technical level it is just as challenging as any other "practical" software.
During the past I managed to learn many software technologies and development environments.
Highlighting my most important fields of expertise:
- C# .NET
- UX design
- Visual Basic 6.0
- Arduino C/C++
- ASP.NET MVC
- NSIS script
- ActionScript 2 & 3
I am also acquainted with Java and Python language on a basic level.
I have an aptitude for creating user friendly interfaces.
Awards and publications2016The article presenting our thesis work "Simultaneous Localization and Mapping with the use of RGB-D Image Processing" was accepted into the 14th IEEE International Symposium on Applied Machine Intelligence and Informatics conference program. Our article in the IEEE Xplore Digital Library. Autumn, 2015XLII. Student's Scientific Association Conference 1st place.
Entry title: "Graph-based Simultaneous Localization and Mapping". About the project (hungarian). Spring, 2015XLI. Student's Scientific Association Conference 2nd place.
Entry title: "Kinect-Based Robot". Blog entry about the conference (hungarian). Spring, 2012Óbuda University Visual Event-driven Programming subject video game development contest 1st place. About entry, and download link (hungarian). 2009C³ Center for Culture & Communication Foundation "<19 Szabadfogású Számítógép" contest winner. My entry on C³'s site.
I made this site to share my work with you, and find partners for my future projects. Here you can find video games, Windows applications, some early preview to stuff still in development, websites created for third parties, hardware projects and my developer blog.
If you have any questions or offers, you can contact me here.