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computerschlampereien and other projects

my github profile

In case you are running chrome or any other modern browser that already supports web-components you can see my github card to the left. On github I store my hobby projects, so feel free to go there, explore, fork or star one of them:

World of Warcraft RSS Feed

Since their last redesign Blizzard doesn’t provide an RSS feed on their armory-website anymore. They do however offer an API to access a JSON-encoded activity feed for character and guilds. Since a colleague held a presentation about node.js and how easy it is to deploy a server-app with it, I took the opportunity to enhance my javascript knowledge and wrote this JSON-to-RSS-Feed Converter for World-Of-Warcraft:

The Rasterbator

I took the liberty to update the Rasterbator to run on my MacBook Pro. On MacOS it requires the Mono-Framework to work, under Windows XP you will need an installed .NET-framework. If you find a bug or have a comment, please write me an email.

What it does? The Rasterbator creates huge, rasterized, multi-page images from any picture. The rasterized images can be printed and assembled into extremely cool posters.

NSIS Installer Scripts

Some NSIS-Installer scripts to build your own .EXE files for:

IROS 2004 research paper

Michael Veeck and Wolfram Burgard

Learning Polyline Maps from Range Scan Data Acquired with Mobile Robots

In Proc. of the IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems, IROS 2004.

final version (pdf, 472 KB, 01.07.2004) | presentation (ppz, 665 KB, 01.10.2004) | bibtex entry

@INPROCEEDINGS{veeck04iros, AUTHOR = {Veeck, M. and Burgard, W.}, TITLE = {Learning Polyline Maps from Range Scan Data Acquired with Mobile Robots}, BOOKTITLE = {Proc. of the IEEE/RSJ Int. Conf. on Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS)}, YEAR = {2004}

My diplom thesis

Michael Veeck

eSign - Design und Implementierung eines Signierwerkzeugs auf einem mobilen Endgerät

Master Thesis (in German), Part of the ATUS-Project, University of Freiburg, May 2003.

thesis (pdf, 628 KB) | abstract (pdf, 120 KB)