Projects

Posts about some projects from students of Stuttgart Media University will address the progress, problems and howtos from their different project topics.

  • Getting Started with Cloud Computing – A COVID-19 Data Map
    1. Abstract Are you searching for country-specific, up-to-date numbers and rates for the global pandemic caused by COVID-19? Well, then I got some bad news for you. You won’t find any in this blog post… not directly anyway. If you are looking for in-depth information about public APIs, location-based data visualization or cloud-based Node.js web applications ...
  • Generating audio from an article with Amazon Polly
    Author: Silas Krause (sk295) Project Reading multiple and detailed articles can become a little bit tiring. Listening to the same content, on the other hand, is more comfortable, can be done while driving, and is less straining for the eyes.Therefore I decided to use this lecture to create a service that converts an article to an audio ...
  • Peer2Peer Multiplayer Real-time Strategy Game “Admiral: WW2”
    3D Unity Peer-to-Peer Multiplayer Game Admiral: WW2
  • Kubernetes: from Zero to Hero with Kompose, Minikube, k3sup and Helm — Part 2: Hands-On
    This is part two of our series on how we designed and implemented a scalable, highly-available and fault-tolerant microservice-based Image Editor. This part depicts how we went from a basic Docker Compose setup to running our application on our own »bare-metal« Kubernetes cluster.
  • Kubernetes: from Zero to Hero with Kompose, Minikube, k3sup and Helm — Part 1: Design
    This is part one of our series on how we designed and implemented a scalable, highly-available and fault-tolerant microservice-based Image Editor. The series covers the various design choices we made and the difficulties we faced during design and development of our system. It shows how we set up the scaling infrastructure with Kubernetes and what ...
  • Production Monitoring – Industry 4.0
    When I was invited to a design thinking workshop of the summer school of Lucerne – University of Applied Sciences and Arts, I made my first experience with the end user interaction part of Industry 4.0. It was an awesome week with a lot of great people and made me interested in the whole Industry ...
  • Building a Document Translator for a Multi-Language Blog
    Motivation The idea for this project occurred to me while I was listening to my sister share her vision for her recently started blog: To create a platform where writers of different ethnicity can publish texts in their native languages and exchange their stories with people from all over the world. Conquering the language barrier and ...
  • Using the power of google cloud API: A dockerized node app counting words in prasentations.
    For the Dev4Cloud lecture at HdM Stuttgart, we created a simple Go/NodeJS/React App, which helps people to keep track of often used words during presentations. In a presentation setting, most people tend to use too many fill words and to train against this, we want to introduce our presentation counter to you. The presentation counter consists ...
  • Building a fully scalable architecture with AWS
    What I learned in building the StateOfVeganism ? By now, we all know that news and media shape our viewson these discussed topics. Of course, this is different from person to person. Some might be influenced a little more than others, but there always is some opinion communicated. Considering this, it would be really interesting to see ...
  • Livestreaming with libav* – Tutorial (Part 2)
    If you want to create videos using FFmpeg there is a basic pipeline setup to go with. We will first take a short overview over this pipeline and then focus on each individual section. The basic pipeline I’m assuming you have already captured your video/audio data. Since this step is highly platform dependent it will not be covered in this tutorial. But ...