For one of my university modules I was required to create Disparity Maps from stereo image pairs. I quite enjoyed doing this image processing as It was more enjoyable than the usual tasks I get given. I also got to use MatLab which I had never used before and actually quite enjoyed it, especially with all the quick features it includes.
Here is a few examples of what the project I was working on can do on a stereo image pair of the pentagon.
MatLab makes its fairly easy to plot 3D objects. Unfortunately however there is still some noise being picked up by the algorithm.
I will upload the code to GitHub at some point, It still requires a few tweaks however at the moment.
Over the past few years I have been using Git for source control on my projects both personal and for university. I really enjoy using it and find it makes it much easier to manage larger projects and I think it would be useful if others can benefit from the code I have written as well.
I had some free time so I decided to fix up my old XNA laser system a bit. It looks much nicer than before and the collisions are much faster. I also added in proper light reflection instead of the old system which was just the mirrors angle.