Glassintel was founded by Yuri Cameron and Elijah Olmos. Its purpose is to be a place where they can show off their work. Read a bit about the founders below.
My favorite subjects are math, chemistry, and computer science. I like to develop programs, study music, and explore logic. I'm not a big reader, but I primarily enjoy non-fiction works, usually political. I'll pick up a good fiction book every now and then. I'm a member of Hope Chapel's robotics team, The Beach Bots. As you can guess, I serve as a software developer on that team- although I enjoy working with the mill too. I spend most of my free time programming; however, I'll goof around with some video games (such as Overwatch or XCOM 2) every now and then.
I enjoy robotics, reading, and talking. My favorite subject in school is geometry, because of the logic involved. I am (as said) on a pretty good robotics team and every year we get a new game and compete with other teams hoping to take the trophy and medals home with us. I also have a good collection of books ranging from The God Delusion (by Richard Dawkings) to Systematic Theology (by Wayne Grudem), and Future Grace (by John Piper). I love discussing subjects in Theology (such as early church history) and taking Theology classes. These classes encourage in-depth discussions and the study of the Bible. Most importantly, though, the Lord loves me and I love Him, and that I want to please Him.