An overview of my ongoing projects focused on the Artificial Intelligence in Science and Medicine at Florida Atlantic University. These projects involve the utilization of cutting-edge technologies such as microdot, HTML, and Python. Stay tuned for updates and details as these projects progress, showcasing the innovative applications of AI in the realms of science and medicine.
The Coin Flip Demo is an interactive feature on my website that simulates a coin toss in real-time. With a simple click on the coin, it will change randomly, displaying either heads or tails. This demo showcases the unpredictability and randomness inherent in coin flips, making it a fun and engaging way to experience the excitement of chance. Give it a try and see which side the coin lands on with each click!
This is a number gussing game which provides feedback to indicate whether the player's guess is too high or too low, helping them narrow down their choices until they guess the correct number.
Rolling dice is a classic game of chance where the outcome is determined by the random roll of a dice. The dice typically has six sides, each numbered from 1 to 6. When the dice is rolled, it produces a random value between 1 and 6, representing the face that lands on top.
The given project is a traffic light simulation implemented using Microdot, a Python web framework. The project aims to simulate a traffic light system using a web interface. It utilizes the Microdot framework, which is a lightweight and minimalistic web framework for Python. The traffic light system consists of three lights: red, yellow, and green. The lights change their states in a cyclical manner to simulate a real traffic light.
The Counter Demo is a web application built with Microdot, showcasing a counter functionality. It provides a webpage with an initial counter value of 0 and two buttons: "Increment" and "Decrement". Clicking the buttons updates the counter accordingly. The project uses routes to handle the counter changes and generates HTML responses. It runs on a local server using the Microdot framework.
The Pump Button Demo is a web application developed using Microdot. It simulates the control of an aquaponics system with two pumps: a water pump and an air pump. The application provides a webpage with buttons to toggle the status of each pump. The initial state of both pumps is set to 'OFF'. Clicking the buttons updates the system state and dynamically reflects the status of each pump on the webpage. The project utilizes routes to handle the toggling of pump states and generates HTML responses. It runs on a local server using the Microdot framework.