## Minecraft – Wooden Tunnel

I built a wooden tunnel in Minecraft using oak, spruce, and dark oak planks, logs, slabs, and stairs. I like building with these materials, though they aren’t really my style.

## Minecraft – Desert Temple Build

This is a desert temple I built in Minecraft, starting with the building in the center. I then created the ponds and gardens, and built a sandstone wall around the entire area. I used sea lanterns to light the build at night. I really like this palette, so I will probably be using it again … Read moreMinecraft – Desert Temple Build

## Creeper Tree

I made a Minecraft creeper tree with Adobe Photoshop. Creepers growing on creepers growing on creepers growing on a creeper. I am (hopefully) not liable for any nightmares caused by the viewing of this image.

## Minecraft – Piston Conveyor Belt

I made another video – it’s about a piston conveyor belt that I made in Minecraft (as the title suggests):

## Minecraft – Chorus Flower Tree

A chorus flower “tree” I made in Minecraft by stacking end stone on top of chorus flower plants, growing another plant, and repeating. You can grow them faster by increasing the random tick speed.

## Counting Program

I wrote a counting program that shows the number of seconds since 0 A.D., the number of seconds until the new year, and other interesting statistics. I want to add more statistics in the future. You can run the current version here, or view the JavaScript code here.

## Modified Quadratic Equation Art

I made some changes to the quadratic equation art program, so that there are now more curves and they are closer together – I would also like to smooth the innermost curves more.

## Minecraft – Lightning Storm

This is a lightning storm in Minecraft, created by a repeating command block summoning in a LightningBolt entity 20 times a second. Shocking.

## Quadratic Equation Art

This is several quadratic equations graphed in different shades of blue, creating a kind of pattern. It works by graphing one equation after another on the HTML5 camera with JavaScript, in the form y=ax2 (+bx+c, b and c are in this case equal to 0 and therefore omitted), and gradually decreases the a value, or the coefficient of x. You can run the program for yourself here, or view the code here.