Hi, my name is Luca Demian, and I am a computer science student at Northeastern University in Boston, Massaschusetts. With my free time, I enjoy creating websites and apps, some of which you can see below. I am also interested by the applications of data in computer science, which is why I am pursuing a concentration in Artificial Intelligence and a minor in Mathematics.
Here is a selection of stuff I'm working on. This list is constantly changing, but I like to keep it as up-to-date as possible.
This is my submission for the Flutter Puzzle Hack challenge, adding new game dynamics, animations, and modes to the starter puzzle sliding game. This is under active development, so is just a snapshot of the latest version. More to come...
This is an informational site about the COVID-19 outbreak in the US. It draws together a variety of resources related to the current situation, and is intended to give a local view on the status of the virus, compared to the national or worldwide picture that is captured in most media. A variety of data is presented in an attempt to give a broad image of both impact and preparedness. I also built an API for working with the data, which I hope will be helpful for others.
This is a JS-based web-app for tracking motion in videos and then extracting the kinematics data from that motion. I created it for
physics classrooms as part of my senior project in high school about open source software. It is used in physics classrooms globally,
and I still work on it when I have free time.
Update: Right now, I'm working on porting this to Flutter to improve the user experience and add new features.
Airhorn is an app designed for first responders coming out soon. It brings together on-scene incident communication, a verified social network, mapping capabilities and more into a single mobile app.
This is a rating and review app for bathrooms at Northeastern University. I created this mostly as a joke but decided to build it into a production-quality service. Building this app was my first experience with Mongo and my first in-depth experience with Node, so it was super informative for me.