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About

Sebastian Hirnschall

about me

Hi, I'm Sebastian. I'm 21 and I currently study Technical Mathematics at the Technical University of Vienna.

At the moment I am most interested in linear algebra, topology, programming, electrical engineering, 3d-printing and photography.

Take a look at my blog below or download the papers I wrote in school and at university to find out more about my interests.



I’m a fulltime student, however I am open to exiting part time job opportunities, with my Curriculum Vitae available upon request. Please get in touch, it would be great to hear from you.

skills

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Maple
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C/C++
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Python
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R
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Catia
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Eagle

other resources

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my papers.
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GitHub
Where I publ
ish my code.
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3d-Models
Models for 
3d-Printing.
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Blog

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Coding Challenge #2: Maze Generation

Generating a maze in javascript

So this weeks challenge is generating a maze with javascript. But why would you do that?
In my opinion it is an easy and interesting way to get familiar with a new programming language or better at programming in general.

We'll generate the maze using the random walker from the last challenge. But if it tries to visit a point twice it will...
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DIY camera slider with arduino

Building my own professional camera slider for $50!

A camera slider is the perfect tool to capture smooth video footage or a moving timelapse, but professional camera equipment can be quite expensive. So I decided to build my very own motorized slider from scratch. My goal was to keep the cost below $50 while delivering good enough quality for me to use the slider regularely.

I started out by drawing a simple electrical circuit to control the steppermotor and dslr.

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resulting planetary gears

Designing (Non-circular) Gears for 3d-Printing

So how do you calculate circular and non-circular gears?

I like designing my own models. However until now I always shied away when an idea of mine required the use of gears. Especially non-circular or inner ring gears. Well, anything you can't easily download from the web.
I finally found the time to take a closer look at what a gear is from a mathematical point of view and how one can be represented and constructed easily using only a compass.

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Contact

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