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!
This past week, I had the opportunity to sit down with Kate Hartman, who is an Associate Professor of Wearable and Mobile Technology at OCAD University in Toronto where she leads the Social Body Lab. Kate was kind enough to sit down and chat with us about some of her work in the wearable space. Check out… Read More Talking Wearables
The 2015 World Maker Fair was both incredible and overwhelming. The sheer amount of technology and engineering concentrated in the few square miles outside the New York Hall of Science was enough to make any maker excited :O). Upon entering the the Fair, I bee-lined for the Intel and Microsoft tents where I could see the… Read More IoT for Public/Private Safety and Other Fun
One of my favorite projects from college. I won third place in the Wellesley College Davis Museum Design Contest where student designers were tasked with designing sustainable works of art inspired by Ghanian sculptor, El Anatsui. I built this dress out of recyclable branded materials I picked up from various trash repositories– to find the… Read More Brand A More Sustainable Me