I designed firmware, app software, a PCB and a functional case that can be clipped to clothes or bags, clothes-pin style and allows you to run pre-defined tasks by quick, simple button pushes.
I made a robot that allows me to draw images on my window.
I wrote an addon that will allow you to open and edit the parameters for .jscad (Openjscad) files and import them into your scene
A radial wire clip that’s easy to customize, print and attach, for organizing your wires.
I made an old-school style RPG with a weird pipe game combat system.
Here’s how I built a little LED display for showing whether I’m busy at work.
These are my 2015 Art Class highlights
Adding a middle mouse button and a scroll wheel to my favorite ambidextrous trackball.
I’m still trying to fend off racoons! This time I tried to be a little safer and more stylish in the process.
I made an inexpensive device that will turn your tv on automatically, if you’ve already got a way to turn the power off and on, like MicasaVerde or WeMo!
If you grabbed a PiGlow for your Raspberry Pi HTPC setup, try out my XBMC Addon that turns your LEDs into a helpful display.
I found some old really CGI video clips that I’d made as a kid and edited them together. The result is what would happen if a bad, late night, infomercial, CGI artist had created start wars! Enjoy?