Appearing in the Brandeis GPS Blog, and detailing 3 recent immersive technology / virtual reality experiments.
A look into the future of consumer virtual reality, where there will be a direct pipeline from easy to use modeling software into immersive 3D. 2700+ views on YouTube and counting!
A sensor attached to an exercise bike drives a VR video game demo.
Tools for the long term maintenance of a low carb, high fat (LCHF) diet.
This web app allows students and faculty to draw custom event maps, directions and tour maps.
Water infrastructure management.
An Android client for the popular OpenTreeMap urban forestry platform.
This is a building block for a larger mapping application, and allows smartphones to display maps from a popular open source map server.
Walk around a virtual reality model of a Society Hill Towers apartment using an Android smart phone or tablet.
The Urban Forest Map is a collaboration of government, nonprofits, businesses and you to map every tree in San Francisco.
PhillyTreeMap provides an easy-to-use public inventorying platform that enables individuals, organizations, and governments to search and contribute to a collaborative, interactive, and dynamic map of Philadelphia's tree population.
GreenprintMaps presents the urban forest of the Greenprint region – Sacramento, Yolo, Placer, El Dorado, Sutter, and Yuba Counties.
The Grand Rapids Tree Map is a easy and sleek way to map trees around the City of Grand Rapids!
A computer generated piano score was combined with guitar improvisation.
I started making these images after college using various languages and algorithmic techniques.
Boat designs from my time at The Landing School and immediately thereafter.
Integrity as to aims, missions and outcomes.
Deep personal understanding of technological complexity in order to teach, to solve, and to empower.
Competency in the application of techniques and technologies to real world problems.
Sustainability through the application of minimalism, continual practice and improvement.