My name is Fotis Ntouskas and I am a Computer Systems Engineer (Piraeus University of Applied Sciences) as well as an MBA graduate (University of Kentucky). I uploaded a webpage for the needs of my bachelor's thesis back in the day, and since the hosting is free, I decided to design and upload this personal website just for the sake of it. I may or may not update the content herein depending on my free time and whatever comes to mind.
"Galaxy Quest" is an OpenGL ES 2.0 Android game, where the player has to maneuver a space Shuttle through waves of asteroids. Quoting part of the published description: "Move with caution, as the beams that power your Ion Drive, tend to attract objects of mass similar to that of your Shuttle's".
"Galaxy Quest" is a simple, retro-style, infinite-runner space arcade, which is Ad-free and requires no permissions whatsoever. The game was built from scratch, without using an off-the-shelf game engine. As a result, it is lightweight and highly-optimized, occupying minuscule storage space on the user's device.
2D Space Mapping
A mechatronics device used for taking distance measurements of the surrounding objects. Using a PIC microcontroller, a CCD camera, an IR laser module and a custom PCB, this device is built cooperatively from ground up, by my friend Panagiotis Papadopoulos and me.
Various dynamic websites and intranet applications.
The example application below, developed for the RF & Audio Electronics Industry, remotely manages a radio transmitter system and graphically displays its status by feeding real-time data into custom-programmed logarithmic scale meters.
My thesis was an online interview style rule-based expert system for troubleshooting PC hardware issues using backward chaining. It is written in Java and it uses the Jess (Java Expert System Shell) rule engine. For a basic understanding of how the system works please read the presentation notes first. The project, the presentation and the pdf document are only available in Greek.PresentationThesisTry out the Expert System