Youth projects


Allan Krogh Jensen has through the times constructed a number of inventions that have not been patented. Primarily because they have participated in contests and therefore have been published. Some of the inventions are listet below:

Automatic Lane Following System - ALF

System that automatically steers a vehicle along a lane. 1st prize at the danish contest "Unge Forskere 95".

Constructed in 1995. Click here for more information.

LoopRAM

Theory about a new type of RAM for computers. The memory can in theory store an unlimited amount of data. 4th prize at the danish contest "Unge Forskere 96".

Constructed in 1996. Click here for more information.

Chika Supercomputer

Computer optimized for processing of very large integers and therefore good at encryption and decryption. 4th prize at the danish contest "Unge Forskere 97".

Constructed with support from Unibanks Opfinderfond in 1997. Click here for more information.

HeadPointer

Computermouse controlled by movements of the human head. An aid for people with Repetitive Strain Injury (RSI). 3rd prize at the danish contest "Unge Forskere 98". Participation at the 10th European Union Contest for Young Scientists in Portugal 1998 as a representant of Denmark.

Constructed in 1998. Click here for more information.


Xternity - Eternity puzzle solver

In 1999 the Eternity puzzle were launched on the market. The person who could solve it within one year would win a prize of 1 mio. £. I (my computer) had to try that. Therefore I developed a solving program based on chaostheory and evolutiontheory...

Coded in 2000. Click here for more information.


Automatic Lane Following System (ALF)


LoopRAM


Chika Supercomputer


HeadPointer


Xternity