Tunnel Vision is an iPhone app that turns any MTA subway map into an interactive experience. The app uses computer vision to track the map and superimpose data visualizations about NYC onto it.
The “Art & Sound of Tennis” was an interactive wall at the US Open that invited fans create abstract, generative art.
I worked with Red Paper Heart to develop a computer vision application in Cinder.
Contract iPad development on Paper, Apple's “App of the Year” in 2012.
A parody Chrome Extension that lets you see the web through the eyes of designer Nick Felton.
I asked a handful of my friends to control me through a Human Programming Interface (HPI), using a 360° video feed. They had a simple mission; buy me some coffee.
A sculpture representing the impact of Hurricane Sandy on the NYC subway system. This 3-dimensional map shows how long it took each station to resume operation after the system-wide shutdown on October 28, 2012.
Gestural representations of the Mona Lisa captured with long-exposure photographs. Computer vision is used to track the position of the screen, which then displays the corresponding segment of the image.
A physical radio that reads Twitter feeds in real-time. Constructed with a Raspberry Pi and controllable via the hardware interface and Twitter commands.
An Arduino car designed to chase laser-beams.
Developed two children's books for the iPad. Both were named “New & Noteworthy” in the AppStore.
A simple midi sequencer created with an Arduino.
Prototyped the next-generation of iPad interfaces in Objective-C.
iOS Development with hardware integration for R/GA.
Picup is an iOS Application that facilitates file uploads in mobile web browsers and native applications. Available in the AppStore.
An iPhone app to track, rate and share wine. Available in the AppStore.
Make pictures of your friends say silly things. Created with Robert Hodgin.
Design and development of experimental mobile interfaces using Qt.