Patrick Juchli is a software developer living in Berlin. Visual and interactive applications are his main focus. He has worked as a senior developer and project lead.
He is available for freelance work, email to get in touch.
A Stilla recording is interactive and resembles a crystal. Facets are blending into each other as you turn it in your hand. It’s a 3D camera, yet deliberately low-tech to foster creativity and allow fast shooting. Recordings can be shared online. (2012)
A secure messenger with end-to-end encryption, group-chats and a nearby-mode to automatically join conversations with people around you. ︎I was project lead at ART+COM for a team of 14 people. (2014)
Create a soapbox car in 3D using simple freehand drawing and race it against an opponent. Physics simulation correctly reflects your design – including the shape of the wheels. I was lead developer for car construction and game in a team of 9 people. (2009)
Create any airplane in 3D, apply different materials and fly it in a real 6-DOF flight simulator by flapping wings. The physics engine is tweaked a bit to make fish fly, too. I was lead developer for airplane construction and flight simulator in a team of 7 people. (2008)
Portrait of an artist, following the traces of his work and life. The app is an interactive journey through paintings, photos and videos. All visual elements are tied together by a dynamic particle system. Made for Lessrain and as:if film matters. (2011)
This is a sound journey. You are on your way to a lake. All you have is a playing card and all you can do is turn it, once, twice, many times. Every time you turn the card you get closer to the lake. Headphones only.
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