Building an accessible, hybrid-by-design makerspace and hackathon series for adaptive technology
Teaching children about categorization and artificial intelligence without the use of a computer or tablet.
Exploring the role of haptic communication in human-robot collaboration
Design and concept art for a meta-controller for air purifiers and air quality monitoring data
A short experiment in signal detection using PEBL (the Psychology Experiment Building Language)
A robotic arm that can write the team's initials on a surface.
A laser-cut wooden, geared analog clock with the escapement gear moved by a servomotor driven by a Raspberry PiZeroW
Various adventures of the EV3 Robotics Kit
Robot that autonomously identifies the faces of players before throwing the ball to them with a flywheel system
Experiment comparing robot acceptance/likability for robots of different morphologies and with conforming/divergent behavior to their morphology
Double pendulum balancing system on a freewheel cart
Design of a modular, pod-based transportation system for multimodal, transfer-free local, regional, intercontinental or even interplanetary travel
First Prize Winner of the MIT "Make the Breast Pump Not Suck" Hackathon, a fashionable, discreet, hands-free wearable pump that automatically logs and analyzes the user's personal data.
Thermal management for an all-weather command and control datacenter
Shock and vibration isolation for commercial computing equipment in a naval combat enviroment
Self-assembling, Wireless, Autonomously-Reconfigurable Module systemMIT Senior Capstone design project 2004-2005Supported by a $30,000 grant from DARPA
A multimedia record of past projects