3D printed jewelry and apparel collection, coming soon.
A short book which considers the impact of 3D printing on the valuation of aesthetic objects, and offers a critique of 3D printing as a technological practice. It draws from a wide range of sources: current human computer interaction research, the philosophical works of Walter Benjamin, Gilbert Simondon, and Achille Mbembe, as well as Marxist critiques of labor and automation. This essay ...
Derived from a structured light scan of a donated brain, a 3D model was used to generate a series of 3D printed molds which reproduce the form and consistency of a brain with low-cost gel. An ongoing collaboration with Brown Alpert Medical School student Ollin Venegas.
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Exhibition in a display case at Brown University's Rockefeller Library.
Theater That Was Rome
A terrain generator/destroyer written in Java, using the Diamond-Square algorithm. Currently features several choices of landscape (alpine, desert, arctic, plains, islands, himalaya) along with destructible towns and trees. A custom algorithm is used generate the towns and place them on favorable parts of the map.
In Plato’s dialogue Protagoras, Socrates confronts the eponymous sophist in an argument concerning whether virtue can be taught.1 The argument begins when Socrates accompanies his student Hippocrates on a journey to the home of Callias, where Protagoras is staying; Hippocrates, a young aristocrat, wishes to enter the political sphere of Athens, and desires the ...
Contrascanned is an archive of contrascans: 3d models that have been "stolen" from videos or photographs unintended for photogrammetric use. More information available at contrascanned.com.
US Epigraphy Project
I did design work for this website with HTML, CSS, and JQuery.
Approximately 20,000 images with the hashtags #nailart or #nailporn were scraped from Instagram, Tumblr, and Reddit. Using the DCGAN.torch framework, a neural network was trained overnight on the scraped images. Forcing the generator to produce an image at 4000x4000 pixels in size resulted in a pattern which was used to create a dress by Amelia Zhang and Zoe Schlacter.
A program written with Processing and Twitter4J, and using Google Earth assets. Streamed tweets from Providence while showing a Google Earth rendering of the area the tweet originated from.
An educational graphic novel I created during my junior and senior years of high school. Self-published on Amazon with 1000+ copies sold.