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October 15, 2015
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J.A.R.V.I.S. – Wall St. Journal Coverage!

J.A.R.V.I.S., my custom-built home automation platform, was just featured on the cover of the Wall Street Journal! Read on for an update on the system. Continue reading

ePaper Weather Station

January 6, 2014
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Pi BADGEr ePaper Weather Station

At the 2013 Open Hardware Summit, all attendees were given a hackable, ePaper badge (lovingly called a “BADGEr”) that could be used to display our credentials during the conference, and could be used for experimentation afterwards. I paired mine with a Raspberry Pi to create an auto-updating ePaper weather station that hangs on my wall. Continue reading

face(book)^2 at the Facebook NYC 2012 Hack-a-Thon

July 28, 2012
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Putting Facebook in an Actual Book (at Facebook’s Summer of Hack in NYC)

Ordinarily, hackathons are strictly software events, with the participants generally building websites or mobile apps. ┬áIt’s simply too difficult to build a complete piece of hardware in 24 hours … right? Wrong.┬áIgnoring the fact that everybody else was building software apps, Jason and I rolled in with two duffle bags filled with electronics and set to work building a physical version of facebook. Continue reading

March 5, 2010
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Physically Display Website Statistics via an Arduino + Multicolor LED

Behold! My newest little project. This one isn’t as complicated as some of my other creations, but it’s still a pretty cool little device that I put together. I made this as a project for my INFO4320 class at Cornell: … Continue reading