My name is Sebastian Gsell and I am a senior attending James Madison University graduating in May 2015 with a B.S. in Computer Science, Minor in Art. In my spare time I love learning about game devleopment, 3D modeling and web design.
I've coauthored a paper with Professor Chris Mayfield and Jason Gorman which will be published in SIGSCE 2014, a conference for computer science education. I will be attending the conference in March and will be presenting it.
Entry for Unreal Engine's January Game Jam (Theme: Back to Square One).
A prototype for a point rotating around the center of a circle, focusing on creating player controls that felt intuitive.
Entry for SomethingAwful's GameDev VII month-long game jam (Theme: Balls).
Created using GLUT and Nate Robin's modified GLM for importing OBJs.
WASD to move the crane, JKL; to move the arm.
Falling objects game created using a provided multimedia library.
A mixed fraction calculator that includes features such as mediant, integer power, reduced form toggle, and faery numbers.
A student group submission to the Apps4VA challenge, emphasizing data regarding the gender gap in mathematics and science education.
James Madison University, Harrisonburg, VA Bachelors of Science, Computer Science, Minor in Art Expected Graduation: May 2015 G.P.A. 3.3/4.0
Microsoft Visual Studio, Office, Unity, 3DS Max, ZBrush, Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, Git, Mercurial, SVN
Jason Gorman, Sebastian Gsell, Chris Mayfield. Learning Relational Algebra by Snapping Blocks. SIGCSE 2014.
Intro to Computer Graphics
Network Applications Development