American Institute of Physics Reports on my SudoGlove for InsideScience TV
The American Institute of Physics put together a piece on my SudoGlove Gesture Control Interface for national syndication via InsideScience TV. Be sure to check out the video, or watch it on your local news station this week!
Cornell Daily Sun Science Spotlight
I was recently profiled (along with Brian Shiffer – a fellow hacker and good friend) in the Cornell Daily Sun. You can read the whole article here. Both of us attended MakerFaire NYC and the Open Hardware Summit. I presented my sudoglove at the Open Hardware Summit, and I worked[…]
Using the SudoGlove as a Performance Piece
I’ve already shown how the SudoGlove Control System can be used to synthesize simple music. However, I used my enrollment in a digital music class this past semester as an opportunity to further expand the capabilities of the SudoGlove as a performance medium. In the video below, you can see[…]
My TV Debut: SudoGlove on the Discovery Channel!
This project was featured on the Amp Hour Podcast on 4/18/2011 <Video Removed because The Discovery Channel made a Copyright Claim> :( If you thought I could only use the SudoGlove to drive RC cars and make music (depending on your definition of music), then you’re wrong! It appears that[…]
SudoSynth – Making “Music” with the SudoGlove
This project was featured on Hackaday.com on 3/26/2011 This project was featured on Synthtopia.com on 3/28/2011 I had to put “music” in quotation marks, since I’m using a pretty loose definition. I do not consider myself to be a musical person, but I do love music and I’ve always been extremely interested[…]
Processing-Based SudoGlove Visual Debugger
SudoGlove Visual Debugging Software As I mentioned in a previous post, I recently presented the SudoGlove Control System at Cornell’s BOOM Competition. I was concerned (rightly so) that I wouldn’t be able to drive the RC car around much due to the large amount of foot traffic for the event.[…]
SudoGlove Original Driving Trial – Uncut Footage
This one is coming out of the archives! Below is a video of one of the first full length trial runs we did with the SudoGlove Control System. I put it up on my secondary youtube channel, which I’m planning to start using more as a place for bonus content[…]
SudoGlove goes BOOM!
Our Exhibit at BOOM 2011 BOOM = Bits on our Minds. It’s an annual event hosted at Cornell University by the faculty of Computing and Information Science. It’s a really awesome event, and every year I look forward to attending and checking out the dozens of amazing projects that students[…]
SudoGlove – Hardware Control Using Hand Gestures
Update 5/19/10 – I have uploaded the final report, code, schematics, laser-cutting files, and sound effects! Read on to download them. Introducing the SudoGlove Control System! This is my final project for INFO4320 at Cornell Engineering. It was developed by me and three other students: Joe Ballerini, Tiffany Ng, and[…]