I love to make projects, because it's one of my favorite ways to challenge myself and learn new things. I try to document as much as possible in the creative process to help others along the way, so click through to see a more in-depth look at how I made each of these.
I participated in AuburnHacks 2019 in Auburn, Alabama. I had the pleasure of meeting new friends in Auburn and making a hack in 24 hours. My team made an app that alerts doctors to your medical conditions when you are incapacitated or can’t talk. We won first place in one of the major categories!
I participated in Dubhacks 2018 in Seattle, Washington. We all got together at the University of Washington for a 24-hour Hackathon. My team made a VR “Mind Palace“ simulation that dynamically updates based on input text you feed it. We won three challenges, including the overall data track challenge!
This project involved all sorts of things: 3D Printing, Circuit design, arduino coding, etc. Basically, I 3D printed a hand that, when wearing the glove, would mimic a human hand. I also created a library for the sensors I used so that way any future projects I used them for would be easier to implement.
I got hooked by the drone world after seeing some videos of professional racers online, and after that, I couldn’t stop thinking about it. So, I decided to buy some parts online and assemble myself a little drone. I also got myself a cheep little FPV setup so I could see out of it also.
I am currently a part of Kennesaw State University’s Autonomous Underwater Vehicle team. We compete in a competition every year in San Diego California called RoboSub. Teams from all over the world come and try to complete underwater challenges and objectives earning points along the way. I had a hand in all different parts of this project.
I, along with a team of two other students, interned at a company called UNIQ Technologies in the summer of 2017. We were tasked with creating a heavy-lifting drone that could pressure wash power line insulators under its own power. We ended up with a drone that was about 6ft across and could pull quite a bit of water.