A laser projector built as a group project for an Embedded Systems class at CU Boulder. Built from recycled hard drives, with an Arduino for control and pattern generation. A work in progress; there are many features we would like to add. For more informatino, see here.
3D fractals rendered with Mandelbulber. Most images were initially rendered in 4K (3840x2160) and then scaled to 1440p for web. No post processing outside of Mandelbulber, with the exclusion of cropping/scaling. Typical render time with a single computer is 15 minutes to an hour, depending on the algorithm, resolution, and iterations.
A selection of pictures taken of holiday lights on New Year's Eve. All effects done in-camera, no post-processing other than cropping and resizing.
A small gallery of images taken in Boulder during the flood. Rainfall in Boulder County exceeded 20 inches, and Boulder Creek reached 5,000 cfs, far above the usual 300 cfs. Taken with an iPhone in very adverse conditions, with a bit of post-processing with Photoshop.
A digital clock built for the Intro to Analog & Digital Electronics class at University of Colorado Boulder. The clock is designed to be either standalone, with mechanical switches for setting the time, or operate in a much smarter mode with the help of two AVR microcontrollers that allow it to keep time more accurately, display the temperature, keep track of the date, and much more. For more information, see here.