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Mark Wheadon's Personal Home Page

Mark Wheadon's Home Page

What's Here?


If you'd like to know what I'm up to at the moment then you could could do worse than check out my blog at — although having visited there, you may still be none the wiser :-)


You could check out my music. It's synthesiser based, mostly high energy vocal / instrumental with the occasional ballad. A selection of tracks in mp3 format is available entirely free of charge at I also get a trickle of enquiries about my "Just One More Hack" song of years ago (to the best of my knowledge, the only song ever written about a debugger :-), so here's more information on "the ups song", including the all important mp3 file.


I've always been into photography, and keep a collection of photos that I believe may be interesting to others at In a similar vein, there's some virtual photography of mine available here, created using POV-Ray, Poser, Gille Tran's excellent maketree POV-Ray macro and (grin) vi.


I'm currently developing for the Google Android platform. See Photo Enhance Pro in the Android Market. If you own a Psion palmtop computer (and I'll admit they're getting pretty rare nowadays) then you may be interested in my shareware for the Psion 5mx, Revo, MC218, 5, 3c, 3a and Siena.

R/C flying

Alternatively, if you're interested in radio controlled model aircraft then you may wish to click here for information on one of my creations, an electrically powered ducted-fan model based on the Saab Viggen. I've done other R/C projects since, but this is the last one I documented I'm afraid (time's precious enough, without spending it on photographing and documenting what I do in my spare time :-).

With so little free time at the moment (my daughter, ultra-active Ella, takes up pretty much every waking moment of my life :-) my current R/C projects are off-the-shelf: an Ikarus Shock-Flyer that's small enough to sit in the corner of my office and come out on sunny lunch-times, and a Micro Mosquito for practical at-home indoor flying which doesn't threaten to injure anyone or demolish the furniture (grin).

..and that's all there is on the Web

If you're not interested in R/C aircraft, you don't own an Android device or a Psion, and you have no taste in music, photography or art (grin) then I guess there's really nothing here for you.


Where am I? I work within the School of Computing of the University of Kent, Canterbury. Where's that? Here's a map.



School of Computing, University of Kent, Canterbury, Kent, CT2 7NF

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Last Updated: 30/11/2012