Hello World is an interactive puzzle poster.
Pu Gong Ying Tu is an interactive painting of a dandelion field.
Synthesizer circuit board designed to look like a cassette tape
An electronic tambourine that is completely powered by the playing of the instrument
An interactive paper installation that comes to life in the presence of a viewer
The Telescrapbooks are remote-communicating electronic scrapbook.
A 3D printed functioning Rubik’s cube with GEB extruded through the faces
A pair of origami papers in which the red paper senses how it is being folded and the white paper follows.
Weekly projects made during MAS 863.10: How to Make (Almost) Anything.
A life-sized pop-up book that you can open up and step into
Two wirelessly linked robotic plush bears as haptic communication devices
An augmented reality environment for musical creation
A scale model of New York Cityʼs blocks on a dime-sized coin.
Recreates M.C. Escherʼs Drawing Hands using two microfluidic channels.
These flowers bloom by themselves, using shape memory metal wires
A robotic finger that uses a series of four-bar linkages to produce the kinematics of a human finger.
Electronic Popables is an interactive pop-up book that sparkles, sings, and moves.
“An opensource library of electronic modules that snap together with tiny magnets for prototyping and play.”
The HERC2 gene sequence is shown in a spiral representing the eye.
Illustrates Schrodinger’s cat paradox using Necker cube.