Just before I moved from California to Sweden, I sold my Fender Bandmaster and picked up a more train friendly amp, the Reverb Deluxe Reissue. It’s a fantastic amp with a nice clean sound. I also picked up a dual voltage transformer so that I could plug it into the 220V mains here in Europe.
A fun video capture from my phone messing around with Vuforia a few years ago. This is with some animations in Unity and a random book as marker. Worked like a champ! This was a prototype that was later used for some work I did with All These Worlds.
Recently I was asked to create a LED lighting controller that would be part of a bigger interactive experience controlled by Unity. More specifically, a lighting system behind a transparent OLED. There were 4 channels of lighting that needed to be independently faded on or off. There are a lot of tutorials out there on
Last month my friend Ari Shapiro (ICT) asked me if I would like to build a portable version of the Raspberry Pi based capture cage for a research conference. Heck Yeah I would! The original physical design is based on the pi3dscan system from a group called 3dmij in the Netherlands, but this one needed
I’ve been wanting to do this trip for a long time. For a couple of years now I’ve been doing my best to find a couple of friends that would be willing to come down and do a baja run. Last summer we drove all the way to Cabo in our 4WD, so I’ve got
As you may know, I’ve been spending some time in Brazil this summer. After a week of tourist food, I came met up with some old friends from Sao Paulo. They were sitting around this glorious pumpkin full of spices and shrimp. It was amazing! This is the real deal! check out the chillies! YUM!
Just stepped off the plane from Rio and cannot wait to return. I still have the sand from Copacabana between my toes. In the meantime, google has posted this amazing experience about the great many people that live in Rio’s favelas. The favellas are such a huge part of Rio and yet very few tourists