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Hi! I'm Robert.

And this is my website. Well, it’s getting there. I’m a computer science student, musician, programmer, web designer, 3D artist, tinkerer, and apparently, now an AI collaborator. Yes, you read that right. I may have enlisted the help of a machine to write this text, but don’t worry, I’m still the one calling the shots around here. I just figured, why not add a little bit of cutting-edge technology to my already impressive skill set? After all, who knows what kind of wacky creations I’ll come up with next! So, welcome to my work-in-progress website, where you’ll find a showcase of my various talents and interests. And don’t worry, even though I’ve had some AI assistance, the jokes are still all mine (for better or for worse). Enjoy!

Something something music

I make music. Among other things. But few activities provide me with as much joy as creating and performing music. It’s my creative outlet, my therapy, and my passion. And now, thanks to the wonders of technology, I can share my music with the world! You can find my tunes on all major music platforms, but I mainly focus on Spotify.

I enjoy blending different genres and sounds to create something unique and unexpected. My inspiration comes from a variety of sources, ranging from the avant-garde electronics of Aphex Twin and IGORRR, to the jazz, classical, and pop music that I grew up with.

I’ve been playing the piano since I was a child, but these days I also love performing live in a variety of formats. I do live looping improvisation similar to Marc Rebillet, and I occasionally DJ as well.

Where the code meets the road

Oh, you’re still here? I’m impressed! I must be doing something right if I’ve managed to keep your attention this long.

If you’re interested in seeing more of my work, then you should definitely check out my GitHub page. It’s where I store most of my public coding projects, ranging from silly experiments to serious contributions to open-source projects.

One of my favorite projects on there is MAChINE, a client-server application that I’ve built with some very good friends at Uni. It allows users to visually create molecules and neural networks, train those neural networks, and analyze the properties of the molecules using the networks. It’s intended to explain the processes of AI material research in a hands-on, intuitive way.

But that’s just one of the many things you can find on my GitHub page. So if you’re into coding, hacking, tinkering, or just plain curious about what I’ve been up to, then head on over and take a look. Who knows, you might find something that sparks your interest or inspires you to try something new.

Back in Black!

Welcome to the darkest corner of my website, the one section that serves no purpose other than to fill up some space and complete the color scheme. I call it ‘Back in Black’, not because I’m an AC/DC fan (although who isn’t, really?), but because, well, it’s black.

So, what can you expect from this section? Absolutely nothing. No deep thoughts, no witty remarks, no life-changing insights. Just some words on a black background, staring back at you like an empty void. But hey, at least it matches the rest of the site, right?

I could have written something profound here, something that would make you question the very fabric of your existence. But let’s be honest, you’re not here for that. You’re here to look at my cool pictures, listen to my music, and maybe even hire me for some freelance work. And that’s perfectly fine! We all have our priorities in life.

Okay, enough goofing around in the dark. It’s time to shed some light on one of my favorite projects: VRG, a virtual reality mod for Deep Rock Galactic (or DRG for short).

Together with some absolutely awesome people, we’ve managed to turn this already awesome game into a fully immersive VR experience. With 6DoF, continuous locomotion, interactive weapons and tools, and even multiplayer support, it’s everything you love about DRG, but in virtual reality.

If you’re a fan of DRG and have a VR headset, you owe it to yourself to give VRG a try. It’s a whole new way to experience the game, and it’s a blast to play with friends. But don’t take my word for it. Check it out for yourself, and let us know what you think!

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