Welcome. Take a look at some projects I’ve been working on.
Hospitals are currently exceeding capacity and strained for resources. Yet, in many cases, nurses and doctors must stay near patients to listen for alarms. Not only does this increase the exposure risk, it also further exacerbates the resource shortages.
While newer machines may support central telemetry, the majority of devices don’t. In addition, not only is it expensive to replace them, such a replacement results in substantial time costs from order processing, setup, and training.
Thus, this system was designed. It transmits audio signals from numerous rooms to doctors’ computers, decreasing exposure and also increasing efficiency while improving patient care. Now, each doctor can monitor many patients via a powerful web or desktop interface. At the same time, each patient can now be monitored by numerous doctors.
In the end, this system aims to provide cheap, reliable, and secure patient monitoring for hospitals. The device is scheduled to be tested in hospitals soon.
2nd Place Winner of Digikey Best Hardware Hack at MakeHarvard 2021 (submitted with instructor permission)
Thank you to SAIL and mHealth for funding this project.
The paintings can be drawn using a provided web app or converted from a pre-existing photo using a Python script
So many lectures are being held virtually right now. What if we could preserve and share them all?
Compatible with both iOS and Android, Vybe is a navigation wearable that aims to get you to your destination quickly and safetly – with no sounds or visuals to distract. Never again will you have to risk a glance at your phone while approaching a busy intersection.
Utilizing Bluetooth Low Energy and a custom haptics stack, we aim to make navigation both safe and intuitive.
Our company began at a hackathon, where we developed the initial prototype of the Vybe. After a big win there, we went on to interview at Y-Combinator and have not stopped improving on it since.
I’ve been tinkering with circuits for half a decade and programming for twice as long.
Sporting an in-browser code editor, this game allows players to write their own algorithms to control agents which compete with one another in weekly challenges. Rather than competing for the highest score as with many algorithmic competitions, instead the agents are free to interact with, aid, and sabotage one another.
Powered by a ESP32 which hosts the web server, acts as a Wi-Fi access point, and manages the connected presence and motion sensors
Examples currently include linked list traversal and matrix multiplication.
Developed as a fun and fair game to play with friends and strangers around the world, Peww began as a simple top-down game and has been evolving ever since. Another game is coming soon!
Steady-state detection algorithms allow for precise measurements in under a second
Utilizing the Spotify API, this website crafts a playlist of songs for you based on a single phrase and optionally a list of genres. There’s no way I’m the first person who’s wanted to listen to a playlist about “chicken nuggets”.
Using Stourmet, you can find actively-discounted recipes so you can try out something new!
While many educational institutions rely on a long list of services to enable virtual instruction, this system aims to combine all of those technologies in one place.
Features lecture recordings, video meetings, assignment submission, customized online worksheets, and more.
Traditionally, an autonomous routine for a VEX robot is carefully planned, implemented, and tuned over the course of several days. However, some teams may not have the programming skill or time to do so. More importantly, even the most skilled programmer can’t develop a perfect routine without any testing in the midst of a competition.
This system allows a human driver to control the robot via a controller, recording the user’s actions. Then, during competition, the routine can be played back, recreating the motions via precise control systems utilizing PID controllers, velocity measurements, voltage readings, and sensor values.
The system can been exceptionally useful for designing an autonomous routine to synergize with an alliance’s strategy or to foil an opponent’s plans.
Developed to aid in the college essay brainstorming process, this website serves as a simple tool to craft essays on. With the necessary metrics upfront and no distractions, users are able to experiment with essay ideas. They can also leave and take a break – when they come back, their essay will be waiting for them thanks to local storage capabilities.
SpecPlanner seeks to help facilitate the care of children diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). It provides a streamlined calendar-esque tracking interface which allows parents to keep records of good and bad behaviors.
Place two hands in the air and play away. By moving your hands and bending your fingers, you can play a five-octave piano as if it were right in front of you.
Note: Leap Motion sensor required.
Designed as a free alternative to expensive gaming consoles, users can use a computer as the display while controlling the games from phones or tablets.
Note: The hosted version is set to always run a snake game. Make sure you have at least one “display” and two “controllers” connected – either on separate devices or separate tabs.
Winning a prize from Project Green Challenge, this website speaks about the dangers of air pollution with smooth scroll-based animations.
Created as a way to practice with my Quiz Bowl team, this website allows anyone to join a room with a computer or mobile device. Then, users can buzz-in at any time, with the earliest buzzes displayed to all.
Note: make sure you have at least one “display” and one “controller” connected – either on separate devices or separate tabs. The initial load time may be slow, as the system is hosted on a free Heroku dyno.
Pick a song and watch them move. Drag the heads to have some fun, or relax as these virtual bobbleheads move with the music.
Want to see some of the code? Check out my GitHub.