I made a tool that improved data quality of an ‘edge IOT’ application at work (which was not coincidentally the product I was hired to help maintain, extend, and refactor 2015 – 2017). It was submitted as a patent, but
This is an interactive data visualization that allows intuitively deep exploration of a dataframe on bicycle accidents in Chicago. Day of Week, Time of Day, Severity of Accident, Hit and Run, and Month*, are both sub-plots and Interactive Filters that
The early work in 2014 continues through 2018 and beyond – it’s an open source person tracking project that is meant for creative uses of what is otherwise mere surveillance. Installed ten multi-sensor installations (and counting) throughout 2014 & early 2015
Google Glass development as part of a research project at UCLA Software prototypes included continuous photography, sensor broadcast, video publishing and realtime distributed teleprompter. some press here, and here. some small bits of the code, here… Tools: Java, Android SDK, Glass GDK. Working
“Wearable Sensors for Multimedia Performance” Einstein’s Dreams As an experiment in augmentation of live aerial performance, I wrote engine to process and filter realtime data from the VN-100 industrial gyroscope, as well as various motion graphics templates for an intensive one-week
Sensors enabled the public to interact with the web-authored murals through body movements being dynamically mapped to concepts. My role was extracting documenting needs and use cases from the proposal & team, then implementing (developing) them over a 4 month
I wrote the original controlling software for a responsive bus bench – a rare on-campus collaboration between architecture and engineering – it was designed by the UCLA Architecture department and facilitated by our UCLA REMAP lab. The lights in the
Named Data Networking NDN is an NSF-funded research initiative that involves numerous institutions working together to build and test tomorrow’s Internet. At it’s core, NDN replaces the IP datagram, with two packets – Interest, and content. The packets share a name;
Formal Usability Study and UX as a final project for a usability class, instructed by Nicole Pinkard when she was at DePaul. It was a real-world project: how to get urban youth access to the numerous extracurricular opportunities available ?
EAT is a Chicago-based nonprofit that focuses on food production and technology as a means to enhance education, personal health & environmental awareness. It does so by hosting hackathons, engaging other non profits, and facilitating funding. Data farming for urban farming.
Participated in a team to realize a 60-monitor stereoscopic VR experience that allowed the user multimodal interaction with over the millions of new proteins from Craig Venter’s CAMERA project; which followed Darwin’s path, sampling and sequencing the ocean at various