Thesis – Paper Prototypes

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Building The Prototype Over the last week, I started a deeper dive into my digital mapper concept. When I talk to people on the floor and around the city I find that many people are really engaged with the overall idea seeing this a big problem when…

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NYC – Zero Waste Project

By | Design Project, Project Review
Overview We are designing a new composting system and user flow for the Union Square Location in New York City. This new process aims to simplify the composting for people who currently participate in composting as well as developing a set of incentives to promote continued efforts as well as getting new participants. Presentation Link ROLE - Designer  |  CATEGORY - 3D Modeling + Sketch |  TIME - 3 Week Problem & Solution Living in New York City this past year has given a unique insight into the various problems and difficulties that come about in living in this metropolis vs. the small shady suburbs of Bethesda or the open...
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Project 3 – A Line of Life

By | Design Project, Journal

A commentary on surveillance, and data collection given both willingly or otherwise. Within the last few years we have been obsessed with data’s capabilities. Data mining, unlawful surveillance like Prism and even the concept of the quantified self: an exploitation and brute force style attempt…

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A 2001 Particle Bust Railway

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ROLE - Designer & Developer |  CATEGORY - Creative Coding + OpenFrameworks  |  TIME - 2 Week During my first semester at Parsons MFA Design & Tech program, besides being exposed to significantly more physical computing design challenges: Arduino's, Raspberry Pi's and Photons. We were also pushed more into the areas of "creative coding". This being areas of pure digital creations with more of a personal artistic aspect. All of this leading to my first attempts into OpenFrameWorks and the idea of Object Oriented Programing. The Project that I came up with is based in my interest in Particles and seeing what I can do programmatically with it....
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