Johannes Frey

Computer Science & Media


Hi! My name is Johannes Frey and I am a Computer Science graduate from Stuttgart Media University. During my studies I increasingly focused on Distributed Systems, Cloud Computing, Virtualization Techniques and Backend Development.
Initially coming from the Web-/Frontend-Domain I also developed a strong interest in building interactive systems, as they combine visual and tangible elements with the invisible technical details in the background. Most of the projects I participated in can be found under Projects.


Here you can find a selection of projects I developed myself or together with fellow students during my studies at Stuttgart Media University.


MetaMesh is a distributed infotainment system intended for large fairs. The protoype was developed in the course "Practical Production – Interactive Media" during winter term 2013/14.


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