Philip Martin


A windows application for running Pavlovian experiments. Developed for the Neurobiology of Learning and Memory lab at the University of Texas at Dallas.

Designed to be easily extensible for new programmers, while retaining features that the lab needs, such as:

  • Camera Preview and Automatic Recording

  • Google Drive Integration

  • Arduino Control

  • Stimulus Visualization

  • Debug Logging

  • Simple User Experience for Research Assistants

Noxel (Reforge)

A digital modeling prototype designed for rapidly modeling buildings and other structures. All parts are highly interactive and it supports some advanced boolean features. Developed into a sandbox game called Reforge.

Currently developing a new version with improved mesh quality, more design flexibility, higher interactivity, and (near) infinite scaling.