Project Tango is a tablet device that allows users to scan and digitally map their immediate surroundings. With a sophisticated array of sensors, Tango provides instant 3D mapping of one’s physical environment as they navigate through their space. Tango can perceive depth, shape, and form, just as human eyes can with “stereo vision”. This open source development kit is intended to provide software designers with a tool to explore the possibilities of 3D scanning technology. Leveraging the form factor of consumer level tablets, Tango represents a new product category, and is a significant leap forward in computer vision technology. The intended outcome is a better understanding of 3D software capabilities and future applications.
The MediBeacon renal function system uses an optical skin sensor combined with a proprietary agent that glows in the presence of light. The goal is to provide clinicians continuous real-time monitoring of a patient’s kidney function.
Client : MediBeacon
Date : 2016
Gameband is a wearable device designed as an accessory for players of the video game, Minecraft. Minecraft, allows users to build worlds using 3D building blocks, in either a solo or multiplayer fashion. With Gameband, players can save and easily transport their Minecraft worlds.
zSpace is a 3D holographic visualization tool that allows users to interact with virtual objects in a wide variety of market applications, such as education, medical, engineering, and architecture.
Toshiba’s KV (key value) Drive, is a multi-device storage solution that combines a large capacity HDD, a solid-state drive (SSD) for low latency, gigabit Ethernet, a 64-bit compute IC, and an open-source Linux platform that runs next-generation software in a single 3.5” form factor. This new technology is geared towards helping enterprise customers meet their ever-growing storage requirements by providing a feature-rich scale-out object storage solution that provide reductions in both capital expenditures and operating expenditures, yet still providing performance typical of HDD-based primary storage.
Telemedicine Cart for use in remote villages in developing countries and in locations where clinics exist and access to doctors is limited by geography. With this cart, trained technicians can perform basic health checks and for extreme cases, call in a doctor remotely via cellular network.
A playful bookshelf / storage unit using repeating forms.
Cinch is a rugged underarm crutch designed to bring comfort and stability to the user both physically and mentally. Cinch folds in half for portability and can be customized to match the users personality. The design was inspired by bicycles, and uses seat collars and hex bolts for height adjustment.
Arbor is urban solar powered seating that allows a recharge in the hustle and bustle of city life.
Client : San Jose City Hall (Internship)
Date : 2011