StarDate

StarDate is an interactive snapshot of US history in the last 35 years created at the American Museum of Natural History’s Hack the Universe with Bridget Keyes, Will Liu, and Charlye Tran. The distance of each star from the sun

StarDate

StarDate is an interactive snapshot of US history in the last 35 years created at the American Museum of Natural History’s Hack the Universe with Bridget Keyes, Will Liu, and Charlye Tran. The distance of each star from the sun

Aurora I

Aurora is an interactive, real time visualization of the VLF range of the electromagnetic spectrum using a small magnetic antenna fed into a high definition sound card. Aurora was shown at the 2012 ITP Spring Show.

Aurora I

Aurora is an interactive, real time visualization of the VLF range of the electromagnetic spectrum using a small magnetic antenna fed into a high definition sound card. Aurora was shown at the 2012 ITP Spring Show.

Listening to the Sun

Listening to the Sun is an experiment in making hands-on science accessible to curious types through affordable DIY technologies. By repurposing easily found and/or discarded consumer electronics, it is possible to create tools that enable the exploration of outer space

Listening to the Sun

Listening to the Sun is an experiment in making hands-on science accessible to curious types through affordable DIY technologies. By repurposing easily found and/or discarded consumer electronics, it is possible to create tools that enable the exploration of outer space

Objects in Orbit

Objects in Orbit

Objects in Orbit is an interactive data visualization of the satellites and space junk orbiting Earth. The visualization uses data obtained from CelesTrak and the UCS Satellite Database.

Objects in Orbit

Objects in Orbit

Objects in Orbit is an interactive data visualization of the satellites and space junk orbiting Earth. The visualization uses data obtained from CelesTrak and the UCS Satellite Database.

Women In Technology

“Women In Technology” was created by Andi Cheung and myself as a commentary on fashion, women in technology, and stereotype threat.

Women In Technology

“Women In Technology” was created by Andi Cheung and myself as a commentary on fashion, women in technology, and stereotype threat.

MIRD: Meditative Ionizing-Radiation Detector

Photo: Donny Tsang at Core77 MIRD was shown at the 2011 Spring Show at ITP (as the Cosmic Gong) and at the World Maker Faire 2012, where it was awarded two Editor’s Choice Ribbons. High energy cosmic rays originating from the depths of outer

MIRD: Meditative Ionizing-Radiation Detector

Photo: Donny Tsang at Core77 MIRD was shown at the 2011 Spring Show at ITP (as the Cosmic Gong) and at the World Maker Faire 2012, where it was awarded two Editor’s Choice Ribbons. High energy cosmic rays originating from the depths of outer

The Electron Altar

The Electron Altar plays off of the idea of “believing in electrons”. In 2008, scientists captured, using extremely short laser pulses (a quantum stroboscope), the motion of an electron on film. Perhaps seeing is believing?

The Electron Altar

The Electron Altar plays off of the idea of “believing in electrons”. In 2008, scientists captured, using extremely short laser pulses (a quantum stroboscope), the motion of an electron on film. Perhaps seeing is believing?

Audio Reactive Jellyfish

The movement and luminosity of each of the four creatures corresponds with the maximum amplitude of four defined audio frequency ranges (corresponding with bass, lower middle, upper middle, and treble range). Soundflower is used to redirect audio input into the

Audio Reactive Jellyfish

The movement and luminosity of each of the four creatures corresponds with the maximum amplitude of four defined audio frequency ranges (corresponding with bass, lower middle, upper middle, and treble range). Soundflower is used to redirect audio input into the