Here you can find presentations of my work under different fields. Currently my attention is focused on developing in Java, C/C++ and Qt for Linux, Android development and contributing to the Ubuntu project.

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1 comment for “Projects

  1. March 8, 2012 at 8:03 pm

    Hello, Tomash! I found your site after one of your comments on Sparkfun. I’m beginning to build my own controllers, myself, so it’s refreshing to see some someone else facing some of the same challenges I will soon be encountering!

    Right now, I’m leaning towards something driven by an Arduino Mega 2560 with 2 joysticks, some rotary encoders (including the Mayhew ring led board), at least one of the 4×4 sparkfun button boards, and possibly some of sparkfun’s powered faders (otherwise, just regular sliders…)

    I’d love to chat with you via email about some of the things you’ve done and some of the problems you’re facing (like the shaky values on some of your analog controls… something I’m seeing with my joysticks too…)

    All the best,


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