As an exercise, we were asked to play around with Node Red and Grafana, two very powerful tools that have … More
For my final project, from the very beginning, I wanted to make something for my one year old son. He … More
Looking to get a little more comfortable with the Techno Router before embarking on a real project, I decided to … More
As my first foray into the world of connected sensors, I chose to use a photo-resistor. Placed next to my … More
AKA the “Bantam Tools Desktop PCB Milling Machine.” It just rolls off the tongue, right?
As an introduction to working with various 3-axis milling/routing machines, our first assignment in “Subtraction” was to get our hands … More
3D modeling is tedious work. Creating the volumes, texturing the surfaces, laying out and testing the lights is all time-consuming, and rendering can eat up hours just for a single frame. What if it didn’t have to be that way?
After coordinating with our “clients” (Roland, Kellee, and Sandy) Vidia and I focused on building a 1:5 scale model that … More
REST(REpresentational State Transfer) is a style to be adhered to when creating web services. My partner, Vidia, and I are … More
How can haptic feedback be used to improve our lives? How might it affect our health and our relationship with … More
Over the course of a weekend, I received a crash course in haptic interactions. As a part of that experience, … More
What is brutalist architecture? What are the key features that make a building brutalist? How does brutalist architecture look from the perspective of a neural network? Ultimately, the answers I found were focused more on what features a “brutalist architecture” picture has.
Using Wireshark, I monitored my home internet traffic over a 10 hour period of time. There were definitely some interesting … More
Here’s how to set up a virtual environment that can be used for all kinds of Python applications. This specifically solved my problem of being unable to install TensorFlow after I mistakenly upgraded my Python to 3.7.
As an update to the previous post about trace routing some websites, I found out that a good deal of … More
In better understanding how our devices are connected to the internet, I will share the traceroutes that I have performed on some of the websites that I regularly visit.
Our first assignment was to create a controller for a game created by our instructor Tom Igoe. Tom’s game uses … More
So begins my second year at ITP. Yes, there are some loose ends that need to be wrapped from the … More
One of the compelling aspects of this assignment was the potential for new technologies to intersect with newly antiquated technologies. … More
I built the first moving prototype of my Digital Fern Branch (tentative title), or as my instructor likes to call … More