I'm Bryan, a Bay Area native and current student at the University of California, Berkeley, pursuing a degree in Computer Science and Cognitive Science. Essentially, I'm learning a lot of computer science, HCI/AI, hardware, and UX related-things before I pursue an MBA to couple it with. Living and working in the local tech community is my dream, though I'd like to also run a boba cafe.
Recently, I've also been doing a YouTube channel with application-based coding tutorials. I learn CS theory and structures best when making real things, so I'm hoping to teach others who learn the same way!
I'm one of four co-founders and the AR / VR / web developer for Whitespace, a startup looking to revolutionize online canvas shopping with a personal, futuristic touch.
Last summer, I was Software Engineering Intern for Nokia Bell Labs. I worked on sweet enterprise-scale apps, using React.js, ARKit, and more.
This semester, I took over as Project Lead for VR@B's Augmented Reality Textbooks project. In the past, we brought a full-color, augmented reality version of The Giving Tree to life complete with animations and audio narriation. Now, we're exploring cutting-edge AR with Tango and ARKit thanks to our sponsors ASUS and Carl Zeiss.
Together with my friend Eli, we created and published Sunset Brawlers under Kitelion Games, LLC. Sunset is a 2D mobile game filled with pixel brawling chaos. What originally began as a gift to friends was nomindated for Indie Video Game of the Year!