HOW TO MAKE (ALMOST) ANYTHING



From circuit board milling to laser cutting to CNC machining to embedded processing, here is the work I created over a term in MIT's legendary How to Make (Almost) Anything class taught by Neil Gershenfeld from MIT's Centre for Bits and Atoms


Please also click here to see the website I created for the course.


Designer's Minds Eye
Making Machine
Curved Cornered
Cardboard Box
Fab ISP
Too-Many-Key Chain
Winking LED Circuit



Textured Surfaces
Winking LED Circuit, II
A Chair of Many Forms
Touch Sensitive
Colour Wheel
Hand-woven Composites



Automated Iris
LED Interface
Talking LEDS
Drawing Machine
Emotive Orb



Masters in Media Arts and Sciences, MIT Media Lab (2012)