This app (made in Unity for iOS) shows you the device camera view with a “flying geese” quilt pattern overlaid. When you activate a triangle from the pattern, you can recolor the block by clicking on an area of the camera image. You can toggle between quilt and block views to refine your work.

Follow my progress on Github.


Telemetrics PT-LP motion control

I found a Telemetrics PT-LP without a control box. Originally designed to move TV studio cameras with teleprompters, it’s powered by some hefty servos and has heavy baffling to maintain quiet operation. After making a power cable for it and writing a basic controller for it in Unity, I can drive now drive it around on my laptop.

View on Github.



SwatchIt is a program I created which takes an image as input, then grabs a certain number of color samples from the image. You end up with this preview image (left) and a PDF of vectorized color swatches sorted by brightness to easily aid in illustration, or graphic design that will match an image.

My inspiration for creating this program was from the Casa de Musica branding Stefan Seigmeister describes in this TED talk.

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Pong is a C++ network testing application I made for Ericsson in Sweden for my Computer Science capstone project. While making *yet another* implentation of the ubiquitous Ping networking utility may sound uninspiring, our client had legitimate frustrations with having to script around the limited features and with not having a modern, well-documented application to build upon for custom use-cases. My team of 3 wrote this application with our project manager in Sweden, and we delivered the code as an open-source project.

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