I wrote a book, Exploring Arduino (now on it’s second edition), to teach readers concepts in electrical engineering, computer science, and human-computer interaction using the Arduino microcontroller platform.
Shaper Origin is the world’s first handheld CNC.
J.A.R.V.I.S. is my custom-built home automation platform. I can control my lights, music, shades, and more through a natural language interface.
I worked at Google [x] as a “Hardware Astronaut” where I was responsible for the Electrical Architecture/Engineering for Google Glass.
This smart, open-source, umbrella stand ensures you always have your umbrella on rainy days, by checking the weather, and illuminating when the forecast calls for rain.
I co-founded Sunn, a startup developing unique lighting solutions that emulate natural sunlight indoors to improve health and reduce energy consumption.
For my Cornell Masters Graduation, I built a web-connected, linux-equipped, LED-laden Graduation cap. Hundreds of people used my mobile web app to control my cap.
Developed as a final project for Cornell’s Advanced Microcontrollers course, this AI watches a live feed of Super Mario from an NES and plays the games in real time.
I designed and built a novel lighting system that pipes natural light into any room using fiber optic cables augmented by color-tuned LEDs.
I worked for Makerbot Industries to develop all the electronics for the Replicator personal 3D printer and the Digitizer 3D Scanner.