Death & Taxis was a seven foot long, coffin-shaped art car painted to look like a New York City taxi. I designed it in Solidworks, then cut and welded it together from scratch. It utilized a 14hp electrical motor and steer-by-wire controls, along with a 200 Ah battery bank with onboard generator for charging. The car was disassembled and flat-packed for shipping from Brooklyn to Nevada and was reassembled at Burning Man 2016.
One of the early large-scale Arduino-based LED sculptures. Domestar was a 16-foot (now 30-foot) custom-fabricated PVC dome covered in 6,400 individually-addressable RGB LEDs, controlled and mapped via custom Processing software. I did electrical and firmware design and implementation, as well as structure fabrication and Processing/C++ work.
Second employee at a small 3D mapping startup. Utilized a wide range of skills to translate "ground truth" from multiple sensors to usable 3D models.
Primarily worked on Makerbot Desktop software, used for basic 3D CAM and job spooling for Makerbot printers. Worked on low-level integration with all Makerbot Replicator printers.
Circuit design, prototyping, PCB capture and layout (EAGLE), DFM, manufacturing, testing, firmware design and implementation (C/Python)
Backend design and Implementation (Python, Java, C, C++), Terraform, Docker, Vagrant, AWS, git, Linux
2D design (Illustrator/Corel Draw/Inkscape), 3D design and modeling (Solidworks), 3D printing, laser cutting (Epilogue), CNC Milling (Shopbot/Sherline), MIG Welding