One of the harder programs to learn that I’ve come across. Using a combination of Rhino and Grasshopper. Rhino is the 3-D modeling software, Grasshopper allows you to buy algorithmic designs in Rhino. Advertisements
Started playing around with Z-Brush in my Computational Design class through MIT Media Lab. Z-Brush is 3-D sculpting tool used to create models and digital sculptures. I designed the below using a combination of textures on a ring template.
Below, is the fourth product in my 100 Products, 100 User Journey’s project. Meet Amazon Personal Shopper, a personal shopping service provided to Amazon customers. While the concept of a personal shopper is not a new one, Amazon Personal Shopper (APS) solves a problem for the customer in the short term and provides a key transition for… Read More Product No. 4: Amazon Personal Shopper
Facebook Peek is the third product I’ve ideated and designed as part of my 100 Products, 100 User Journeys series. It provides an interesting way to consume new content on Facebook’s platform and grow empathy across social, cultural, and political lines. Each time someone “peeks” into your newsfeed, they get a sense for your world, and the chance to bring a few… Read More Product No. 3: Facebook Peek
I recently discovered Lightblue Explorer as a cool and easy way to test LCD displays. LightBlue Explorer is a free application available in the iOS store that allows you to connect your devices using Bluetooth 4.0 Low Energy (aka Bluetooth Smart/Bluetooth Light). It provides support for read, write, and notify as well as a read on… Read More Using Lightblue Explorer
Content Warning: This post contains a lot of gushing about how much I love Maker Faire. The Bay Area Maker Faire has got to be the coolest Maker Faire in the continental United States. This past weekend in San Mateo revealed an incredible turnout of makers from every possible corner of the maker-verse. Now that… Read More Bay Area Maker Faire ’16 and Why Making Is So Darn Important
Over the weekend I splurged at Michael’s and bought some upgrades to my old black hat. I’ve been testing different designs including the one below. Next step is to find some wire cutters and apply the glue gun!