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.
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 wrote a book, Exploring Arduino, to teach readers concepts in electrical engineering, computer science, and human-computer interaction using the Arduino microcontroller platform.
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.
Jason Wright and I hollowed out a book and crammed facebook into it using character displays, microcontrollers, and wireless transceivers.
LibeTech allows you to unlock doors using QR codes that you register from the web. Communication is highly secured, and changing allowed users is a snap.
The RoboClaw uses a Propeller chip paired with a small server to enable remote claw control via a web interface. A webcam streams to the claw-control webpage.