2012 - 2013
The Electronic Sparring System is a sensorized sparring gear that uses real-time force and location data to provide video feedback in different modes. My favorite mode was "Play," which augmented a fighting game. I programmed the microcontroller to read the force sensors and wirelessly transmit the results using Xbee modules.
2011 - 2013
I co-founded a student organization that holds fun & eclectic workshops to introduce the UCI community to Maker culture and help them develop hands-on skills.
A Max/MSP patch that lets you draw in the air using the Kinect.
An artificial Ikebana that captured moments in time by speaking tweets.
A video web series for beginner Arduino hobbyists who want to do more than just blink LEDs.
A repurposed paper feeder that transforms slits in a paper scroll into music.
Inspired by the works of Anthony Calzadilla, I created two CSS animation pieces: Toasts Sword-Fighting and Flying Breadpig.