Brussels / 4 & 5 February 2017


Eike Jesinghaus

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Howdy! I'm Eike Jesinghaus, a 15 y/o hobby programmer from Germany. I'm one of the lead developers of Veripeditus.

On my eleventh birthday my former computer science teacher and soon-to-be friend got me a book about programming video games with Python. After first thinking it was a geography book (due to the title "Hello World!") I instantly fell in love with the idea of communicating with the computer. While everyone else was celebrating and eating cake, I began to program my first small programs and soon my first experimental games. After a few months I was comfortable with Python and PyGame and started leading non profit workshops at the FrOSCon. Since then programming has become a big hobby of mine. At the moment I'm developing Veripeditus together with the guy that got me the book.


Title Day Room Track Start End
The Veripeditus AR Game Framework
Enabling everyone to freely create Augmented Reality Games
Saturday K.1.105 (La Fontaine) Miscellaneous 11:00 11:50
Easily creating location-based applications with OSMAlchemy
Learn how to create (web) applications using real-world map data with as little resources as possible
Sunday H.2214 Geospatial 12:30 12:55