thomas fuller
I love to code
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What exactly gets me motivated?


There's something about making life easier for humans that is riveting. Much of my research has been done in Machine Learning, Reinforcement Learning, and Computer Interfaces to help the disabled.

Problem Solving

Difficult problems are the most fun ones to solve. There's nothing quite like the satisfaction of discovering the hidden approach to a problem after it stumps you. Nothing makes me more motivated than a difficult problem I know I can solve.


I absolutely love to express my creative side. I like drawing, designing, and of course, coding. For me, the beauty is in the details. Adding an artistic touch to the work I do goes hand in hand with my strive for perfection.


I've done a few things. You might find them interesting.

Glass Colorblind Assistance

Honors Thesis

League Setify

Web Application

Project Evelynn

Android Appliction

Agent Mario

Reinforcement Learning

Brain Computer Interface

Research Publications

Wii Hacking

Reverse Engineering


How did I get here?

  • 2008-2012

    The Wii Hacking Scene & YouTube

    I first created this website as a community for online-hacking when I was heavily involved in the Wii hacking scene. I was also an admin on the WiiRD forums, the largest Wii hacking website at the time, and it's companion site GeckoCodes. My YouTube channel has amassed over 4.2 million views, and once had around 5,000 subscribers.

  • Fall 2012

    Lafayette College

    Began pursuing a Dual Degree in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science. I began research in the Brain Computer Interface (BCI) Lab, and have since had my work published and presented at the Society for Neuroscience annual meeting in Washington DC.

  • Spring 2015

    An Unfortunate Medical Incident

    Due to a corneal ulcer in my left eye, I am forced to withdraw from the semester. The incident required daily medical attention around the clock, and has left me with impaired vision. In addition to this, in order to continue to graduate on a 4-year track, I had to choose between my EE degree and my CS degree. I am now only pursuing the Computer Science degree, although I have 20/27 courses completed within the Elecrical Engineering major.

  • Summer 2015 - Now

    NASA and the Future

    Over the Summer I interned under the Software Development branch at NASA's Wallops Flight Facility. I developed 2 programs, one for use during launch countdowns, and another for projecting launch hazard areas for use in safety critical procedures. I had a lot of fun, and learned a lot too. As for this year, I have been working on my thesis and finishing up my degree.

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From Where I Came

I'm proud of my background.

Lafayette College

Undergraduate Education

Lafayette College is a great liberal arts school, known for its engineering programs. While there I have become a part of the Tau Beta Pi Engineering Honor Society, along with Upsilon Pi Epsilon Honor Society for Computer Science. I have done research at the college for the past 3 years in the Brain Computer Interface lab, and have been on the Dean's list from Fall 2012 - Spring 2014, and Fall 2015 - Present.

Tom Fuller



Software Engineering Intern

NASA's Wallops Flight Facility is home to NASA’s only owned and operated launch range. While there I was able to work on programs directly pertaining to launch procedures, and even took part in a sounding rocket launch while there! The wonderful people there showed me a great time, and I am proud of the work I did over the summer there. I am happy to say that the applications I wrote over the summer are used in launches to this day!

Hopefully you enjoyed my e-portfolio. It was a lot of fun to make. I hope it represents what I am capable of, my work ethic, and gives you a better idea of who I am.

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