We are a group of computer scientists, engineers, and artists seeking out and exploring novel concepts. We are passionate about building interesting digital systems and projects that pique our curiosity.
We are EnigmaSM.
William Saulnier is a Junior at Olin College of Engineering majoring in Electrical and Computer Engineering. He has worked at Riot Games, MUSEYAPP, and the Executive Office of the President, he's studied abroad in Japan, and in his spare time codes cool projects and skis down steep slopes.
Maxwell Huang-Hobbs is a third-year university student studying Computer Science at the University of Toronto.
He and does most of the art assets and design work for EnigmaSM, and spends the bulk of his time on various projects.
In his spare moments he plays banjo and
Jeffrey Tao is a Junior at Columbia University, majoring in Computer Engineering. He's interested in web/application development and web standards. This past summer, he interned at Red Hat as a RHEL kernel engineering intern.
WardScore is an app built in PHP on the Riot Games API. Its goal was to expose the value of warding by making players aware of how often they may (or may not) ward in the game of League of Legends. With over 6.5 million unique players registered in the service, it is one of EnigmaSM's most popular creations to date.
The Olin Wiisports Elo Tracker is an application created in order to track facilitate the formation ofa compettetive wii sports league in the Olin community.
It was made in under 24 hours for the Y-Hack hackathon 2013 at Yale.
Missed Encounters is a Kinetic Novel that explores the many meetings of strangers in a crowded city. Brushed shoulders on a sidewalk, eye contact made in a crowded subway — these are the subjects this tiny story tries to address.
It was made in 1 hour for the 0-hour gamejam 2013.