This is a compilation of some of my work that I've done between websites and DIY electronic projects. Listed is a screenshot of the project along with a summary of what it is, when the project was done and for some of the websites, a link where you can view the finished product. If you have any questions about my work feel free to contact me with the contact page.
The WSAUFT Project is a local network website that is used to manage users on a personal network. The website contained a full user/group system allowing to designate permissions to certain users to user certain programs and computers on a network.
Locus Technologies does environmental data storage with a cloud like archatechture. I didn't work on the cloud portion of the system but I personally redid the look and feel of their main website.
The Danville/Alamo Garden Club website shows club information about current events for the club. The backend of the website includes a custom content management system that manages all its pages and menues. The content editor allows the administrator to edit and manipulate content on the page itself. When the content is done, the administrator can save it or discard it as they please.Visit The Danville/Alamo Garden Club Website
I build this hand to help demo my senior project for my BS degree. It has six degrees of freedom, each finger can move on its own as well as the wrist can spin and actuate. The arm communicated with a computer through a custom protocol on an Arduino via USB and is able to be interfaced with any program that knows its protocol.
This was a project that I have always wanted to do just for fun. I took an old laptop and put Xbuntu linux on it and modified it to be behind a picture frame so It would be a digital picture frame. The beauty of this is that not only do I have it set up to show pictures but I can develop other applications that can display other information on the picture such as weather and calendar event.
I built this robotic goofy toy while working at Disney World just for fun. The whole point was to have a little goofy sitting on my shoulder that talked to kids while I interacted with guests and their kids. The figure itself was built out of a stuffed animal goofy, a shirt hanger, an arduino board, some servo moters and some broken toys I got from the store. Goofy says "Gawsh" and moves his arms and head.