User research for high tech project. I’m looking at how families use spaces in their homes, focusing on the kitchen. 
I found that a large part of family life revolves around the kitchen table. Everything from kids doing homework, parents doing taxes, or working from home. It’s used as temporary storage, message board to family members, and one of the few places that all members of a family spend time together.

User research for high tech project. I’m looking at how families use spaces in their homes, focusing on the kitchen.
I found that a large part of family life revolves around the kitchen table. Everything from kids doing homework, parents doing taxes, or working from home. It’s used as temporary storage, message board to family members, and one of the few places that all members of a family spend time together.

Trying to figure out how to make this work. The current code should be a super hacky and unelegant solution, but it’s not working at all. The series of if statements is not being understood properly. Instead of checking one then proceeding to the next, and keeping the value of whiteBrightness the same, it just keeps whatever the last value is, regardless of the if statement. I also don’t seem to be able to wear dresses.

Trying to figure out how to make this work. The current code should be a super hacky and unelegant solution, but it’s not working at all. The series of if statements is not being understood properly. Instead of checking one then proceeding to the next, and keeping the value of whiteBrightness the same, it just keeps whatever the last value is, regardless of the if statement. I also don’t seem to be able to wear dresses.

Playing with Arduinos again! Just wrote a few simple programs and made some simple circuits to refresh my memory about what’s possible. 

Just finished this little project. This is my abstraction of Caño Cristales, a river in Columbia. This was made using layers of acetate sheets with geometric graphics printed on them sandwiched between varying thicknesses of acrylic panels. Unfortunately, the acetate and acrylic are not very optically clear, so the desired effect of seeing the depth of all the layers to the bottom is not as strong. However, as seen in the last two photos, if viewed in front of a bright enough light, the depth and layers are more clear.