Project Soli: a new radar based wearable technology

I’m excited to be able to share something I’ve been working on with team at Google’s Advanced Technology and Projects (ATAP) group over the past few months. Project Soli is a new technology that uses radar to enable new types of touch-less interactions. My team worked on the overall project design + branding, early interaction ideas and use-cases, demo… Continue reading Project Soli: a new radar based wearable technology

TweetFuel. A new(ish) experiment from Stinkdigital

Tweetfuel from Stinkdigital on Vimeo. TweetFuel is an Arduino-controlled experiment that uses the Nike+ FuelBand to measure the health of our Twitter account. This is something I meant to write about a long time ago. I also wanted to write a detailed and smart post about how and why the project came about, what it’s… Continue reading TweetFuel. A new(ish) experiment from Stinkdigital

The Animals House of the Rising Sun (Old School Computer Remix)

You may have heard classic tunes recreated on barely functional pieces of electronics before, but this is a really impressive effort. All made using: a. HP Scanjet 3P, Adaptec SCSI card and a computer powered by Ubuntu v9.10 OS as the Vocals. (hey, the scanner is old) b. Atari 800XL with an EiCO Oscilloscope as… Continue reading The Animals House of the Rising Sun (Old School Computer Remix)

Harmophon

This video shows part of a longer incoming installation, which explores the relationship between 2 harmonic waves in different graphical/musical ways. Programmed in VVVV. Lovely.

Fun with Vinyl

Vinyl will always hold a special place in my heart. So it’s nice to see people doing interesting things with the magic plates. Linyl Linyl are discs of light drawn from photos of past experiences that can be played on a special record player to create an ambience. They are inspired by our nostalgia for… Continue reading Fun with Vinyl