ProfilePic Shop generates cool profile pictures using the latest deep learning model, Stable Diffusion. Users can upload ~20 pictures of themselves with different background and facial expressions, we will then train an AI model and generate 100+ profile pics in different styles. Be a superstar on Instagram, Tinder, LinkedIn and more.
Passport OK is a biometric passport photo generation service. User can upload a selfie or a portrait photo and the A.I. will take care of the rest. It uses advanced computer vision and machine learning technology to remove background of the submitted photo, further adjusting the brightness and cropping it to a size that meets passport's requirement.
Da Siu Yan (villain hitting) is a popular tradition for cursing one's enemies using magic. Under "Zero Covid Policy", the Hong Kong government has banned the “Villain Hitting” ritual this year, citing social distancing reasons. This silly website provides an alternative and was virally shared across the internet, resulting in more than 500k visitors within 3 days.
Despite the spread of COVID-19, the use of QR code menu is still unpopular here in Hong Kong. So I built this tool for helping restaurant owners to publish touchless menu easily, and update menus on the fly. The best customer I have is an Omakase Restaurant owner. She was printing customized menus for each table on a daily basis. Square Menu simplifies so much of her work and allows her to do last minute changes without headaches.
To make downloading music easier, I built a WhatsApp ChatBot for downloading mp3 from YouTube. Just share a YouTube link to +852-51027934 via WhatsApp and it will send you an mp3.
There are more than 533 Millions Facebook accounts leaked as reported on 3 Apr 2021. I stumbled on the leaked data on HN and built a site for people to check if their phone numbers and related information are leaked.
HKWildlife is a public forum managed by my friend, Xoni Ma. It serves as a valuable resources for academic researchers in Hong Kong because it accumulated countless rare wildlife photos. Back in the days, forum users preferred hosting their photos on Photobucket, a popular image storage site. However, the site suddenly ceased its hotlinking function, breaking millions of photos across the internet. I helped preserving the valuable photos of HKWildlife by writing a script during my road trip in Tibet. I still remember the excitment from the success of the attempt.
As a attempt to promote FreeSth, I build a data visualization site for people to compare their wealth with Hong Kong Billioniare Li Ka Shing. The site was virually shared across the internet and was featured by several newspapers in Hong Kong, resulting in more than 200k visits within 3 days.
It's one of my earliest developed webpages. Nothing spectacular, just a handy page for checking satallite images before I leave home. I still like its ugliness.
FreeSth was a social enterprise I built during 2014-2018, and won the RoadShow EcoStart Award 2016. It is a Freecycle platform where people can give away unwanted stuff for free. There were also native Android and iOS FreeSth apps, which were sunsetted in 2018. The website is still running with more than 19k registered members.