I am a lecturer in the School of Computer Science, TU Dublin teaching courses on games, VR and creative coding. I am also the author Tunepal - a very popular search engine app for Irish trad music available for IOS, Android and online.
I recently read a fascinating thesis about nematodes. Nematodes are the most abundant multicellular organisms on the planet and there are around 40 quintillion of them. Inspired by the humble nematode, I wrote two programming lab tests.
This one is for fourth year Games Engines students and it uses C# and Unity to create a simulation of a school of nematodes swimming and wriggling and avoiding each other:
I recently was interviewed as part of an ITMA project in the Cobblestone pub by the renound Tom Mulligan. In the interview, I play a few sets of tunes, talk about Tunepal, Wim Hof breathing and various other things.