I’ve recently been attending the open meetings of my local hackerspace, Bloominglabs http://bloominglabs.org/index.php/Main_Page, as part of the ongoing development of my research. These visits have led to some interesting insights, and I’ve decided to record them here. I’m hoping that “HackerCraft” might become a series of blog posts in which I explore Hacking and Hacker … Continue reading hackercraft: accessibility of material characteristics
For my capstone I took a look at the experience of programming and found a few areas that could be improved. I started with a close reading of programming blogs and forums to get a feel for how programmers talk about programming, conducted a series of interviews to refine a few of the themes I … Continue reading hackistry: sharing the hacker experience
76.3 total hours of knitting and I’m finally done with these two Harvest Moon Baby Blankets for Tami!
A design for a mobile phone application that helps people make more sustainable purchasing decisions using augmented reality and image processing.
An Arduino prototype based on a previous design. This prototype allows users to treat any flat surface as a keyboard.
A physical device paired with a website designed to enable more effective communication for people participating in a protest or movement.
A printer fleet management tool designed to allow for flexible and easy printer configuration for large companies.
A museum experience designed to teach 6-8 year old children about dinosaurs through immersive interactions and role play.
An iPhone application designed to help the survivors of a zombie apocalypse. This app focuses on helping people find other people while avoiding zombies.
This project is a prototype of a possible Ravelry.com iPhone application. Tools used: Fireworks, Device Central, HTML, Interviewing, and Sketching