The idea for this combined thermometer and hygrometer came from the desire for a way to determine the best way to cool my shared attic flat in the summer. It should be able to measure temperatures down to a minimum precision of 0.1 °C and react quickly to changes in the ambient temperature. I wanted it to be small and portable, with a battery life long enough so that I didn’t have to worry about replacing the battery too often even with regular use. In addition, a simple data logging functionality would be nice.[Read More]
I’m Max Klein. This is my personal website where I publish some of the projects I work on in my free time.
I mostly do electronics projects because I’m studying electrical engineering, but I also enjoy programming a lot which is why you’ll find a few software projects.
Below are the ones that I’m most proud of. You can browse through all the projects using the menu at the top.
An electronic load controlled by an STM32 microcontroller
Compiler for a self-invented hardware description language
A simulator for digital circuits
CPU-based multi-platform raytracing renderer
Game on the EK-TM4C123GXL and a 64x16 LED matrix where you have to throw a pixel
This is a simple game where you have to throw a pixel. The game is drawn to a 64x16 monochrome LED matrix. The ARM Cortex-M4F based microcontroller of the EK-TM4C123GXL development board simulates a two-dimensional grid-based world. There are destructible (hollow) and indestructible (filled) blocks that serve as obstacles. The goal is to hit and destroy all spheres/circles by correctly aiming and adjusting the throwing power.[Read More]
Chicken Run 2
Flap your little wings to avoid the hay bales!
A HTML5 Jump ’n’ Run game[Read More]