Over the years I have started and been involved in several (web) projects:
TibEd, software to modify and extend Real-time Strategy games (all Command & Conquer games from 1995-2008) with user-generated content.
VPatch, open-source software to create a small representation of the differences between an old and new version of a file. Only the difference (delta) needs to be distributed to upgrade the file. This software is part of the default installation in the popular NullSoft Installer System (NSIS).
I am also active as a researcher. Currently I work at Kepler Vision Technologies, a scale-up bringing AI to healthcare. Previously, I worked at Qualcomm Research Netherlands, and at University of Amsterdam (in PhD and post-doctoral positions) and at Euvision Technologies (as Researcher & Developer). The most important research topics are:
Selective Search (IJCV2013) for generating a limited set of bounding boxes for an image which are likely to contain objects. This is a useful technique for object localisation.
September 2018: You can now download ColorDescriptor software without leaving your name/email address. It was downloaded approximately 9,700 times in the past 10 years. There will be no further updates to the software.
Summer 2017: Qualcomm has released the Neural Processing SDK. With SNPE, you can run inference of neural networks efficiently on mobile phones with Snapdragon processors. I was part of the team that made SNPE.