Portfolio curated works | 2012-2016

Experiments

via MIT Media Lab

Experiments in motion graphics

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Holobiont Urbanism

via MIT Media Lab

Thesis work at MIT Media Lab. Works in progress.

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Tools for Biological Foraging

via MIT Media Lab

A series of objects that speculate what the future of biological sampling tools might look like.

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DIY Cellphone Microscope

via MIT Media Lab

Designing a diy microscope

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Projects in Microfluidics

via Lincoln Beaver Works

Designing microfluidic chips/devices

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Biological Immaterials

via MIT Media Lab

Analyzing the invisible world of microbes in cities by using honey bees and metagenomics.

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Flavorhood

via MIT Media Lab

Flavorhood is a device that collects wild bacteria while recording your GPS location. It is both a method for collecting urban bacterial d ata, and an opportunity for product design.

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How to Make (Almost) Anything

via MIT Media Lab

How to Make (Almost) Anything is one of the most popular and intense classes that MIT has to offer. During my first semester at MIT (Fall 2015) I took this course. Follow the blog/progress here.

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Washington Park Platform

via Place Lab

Washington Park Platform is Short Message Service (SMS)-based communication exchange that connects Place Lab with people who live, work, create, play, or study in the Washington Park neighborhood. Washington Park Platform is a two-way communication service.

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Argeebee

via 2014 Salone Internazionale del Mobile di Milano

An additive color discovery tool.

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Smart Energy Actions

via Data Science for Social Good

Online tool for energy disaggregation.

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Look of Love

via 2014 Istanbul Design Biennial

Manifesting the look of love. In collaboration with Haelo design, Sanaz Sohrabi, and Zach Pino.

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Little Village Air Quality Initiative (LVAQI)

via Motorola Innovation Grant

There are many factors that determine the type of air quality that our community has. We, as pedestrians, students, and residents of Little Village, posses a type of responsibility into moving our community forward in terms of the quality of air that we breathe.

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Mote-o-Bike

via SAIC

Chicago is one of the most bike-friendly cities in the United States. Mote-o-Bike is a crowd sourcing attempt to map out Chicago's air quality.

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Me my selfie and eye

via SAIC/Northwestern University

A study of self perception.

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Chairs

via SAIC

Simple steel and walnut chair.

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