My paper "bRenderer: A Flexible Basis for a Modern Computer Graphics Curriculum" was presented at Eurographics 2017 as part of the Education Program.
In the context of the computer graphics lecture at ETH Zurich, I implemented a path tracer (based on the Nori framework). To demonstrate the features we implemented during the semester, a contest was held among the about 50 students taking the lecture. This year's theme was "Once Upon a Time" and my render, showing a hand modeled ruin in front of a forest, was ranked second.
Click here to the contest page at ETH.
Our game "A Drone in the Dark" won this year's audience award at the ETH Game Lab. The prize was sponsored by Microsoft and consist of an Xbox One including four controllers. Many thanks!
Click here to read the post on the Microsoft Facebook page.
I just released my newest short movie "Feuerregen" about a young man who gets lost in his own dream world. Unfortunately, there is no English version available but see it as an opportunity to listen to some nice German words …
My short movie "Trabant B12" was nominated at the Academy Shorts short film festival this year. I'm looking forward to seeing it on the big screen!
My short "Schneckentempo" will be presented at this year's Academy Shorts in Fribourg.
The first episode "Prologue" was nominated for the Camgaroo Award 2012!
Additionally, the episode got nominated for the AFF-Award 2012 by the "Amateurfilm Forum" community.
The first four episodes of Trabant B12 are now online on the B12 subpage.
In the B12 browser game you can take control of the space ship Mayflower and try to reach the moon B12. But pay attention to the time schedule and your fuel reserves!
Update: Unfortunately, the Unity Web Player does not work anymore in modern browsers.
The first teaser episode is now online!
The human race is soon to be extinct and the only way to preserve our heritage is to discover new planets. Yet it is still impossible to travel at light speed and no living being could ever arrive at the only place suitable for humans to survive and within reach for a spacecraft.
Therefore, scientists send the human genome on its long journey to a small moon called “B12”, where people are born and raised by machines. Yet life on B12 is not what they expected it to be ...
For my history class I created a small history museum about the most important events of the 20th century. This way, students can explore history in a gaming context making it more fun and interesting at the same time.
In the context of my final project for high school, I just finished "Schneckentempo". It is a short film about a biker who is diagnosed with a fatal illness. Unfortunately, there is no English translation available.