I like to get things agreed, wrote down, and ready to implement.
I'm used to it, but still, I prefer to predict stuff that may and will happen, and be ready for it.
Nothing is impossible, everything is matter of time and money :)
You like to travel? Here is something for you. App contains navigation, weather prediction on the road, simple notes manager, places you visited and want to visit, and way more... but its still in development
Company KnowHow management system.
This is internal system to manage company KnowHow, allows you to controll fully what knowlage and how you share it with your employees.
Drivers best friend. It's an track recorder with lots of unique features.
Some are simple, like refuels list, or car maintenace, but you have also advanced car alarm, 3d avatar you can talk to, websocket CB radio, some e-learning features, competition between drivers, emergency call...
I enjoyed developing it :)
Multiplatform (web, Windows Phone, iOS, Android) app, alowing you to create, share and sell e-learning projects.
You can create your e-learning in Power Point, Word, PDF, send or record a video or audio right in the app.
All platforms cover same functionality. It was made in Ionic Framework for mobile devices, and in Angular/CakePHP for web.
Web application, that connects designers or developers with clients.
It's build around complex survey module, that helps clients to identify their needs.
We have also auction module, virtual working room module, schedule module...everything what you may need to menage project.
Let's play a game.
In this case, game will tell who you are :)
It's a complex survey mechanism hidden by 3 games, that tells you if you are burned-out, are you extravertic or the opposite. Also combining results.
If you are a personal trainer, you can use it for your students, and create your own games, your own marks, also share files and monitor your students progress.
With or without engine, 2 is perfect number of wheels. Stuck in traffic? No idea what you mean...
Since Mario on SNES (or even eriler Pong on AMEPROD) I've used my free time on computer games. I got less time now, but still, I try to keep in touch with mainstream titles, but also some indie 8-bit-like productions.