PartyMode is a series of three projects, from 2007 up to the present, to create audio systems with sound-driven visualizations that integrate unobstrusively into an otherwise non-party space. The first of its three iterations was created in a shared lab space, while the latter two were built in residential spaces.
CALCnet 2.2 is a robust networking protocol and driver for two-wire devices, designed especially with timing for 6MHz TI graphing calculators. It is the culmination of a long-running, frequently inactive project of mine to allow more than two calculators to connect at once. The final published version was demonstrated to work properly on networks of nearly a dozen calculators, and has also been tested on networks fragmented across large geographic areas.
Applications of Convolutional Neural Networks to Facial Detection and Recognition in Wearable Computing and Augmented Reality
A real-time, fault-tolerant and easily deployable solution to detect rip currents using a wireless sensor network.
The Ultimate Calculators were a series of TI-83 Plus graphing calculators modded with backlights, PS/2 peripheral ports, a touchpad, case mods, and paint jobs.