Product concept developed while an undergraduate student at BYU.
Developed in an intensive 3-week product design course at the National University of Singapore (Summer 2011), the Flowdometer is a showerhead that alerts you of your water use as you shower.
I like to think that this project was the inspiration for subsequent work by the National University of Singapore and a later call from the Singaporean public works for proposals to develop smart shower-heads to provide real-time feedback of water use.
Collaborators: Wyatt Felt (BYU), Rahul Koneru (NUS), Joel Cheong (NUS), Hannah Spece (Penn State)
Collaborators: Ryan Anderson, Scott Taysom, Steve White, Brettany Rupert, Clifton Dudley, Wyatt Felt
Posterbot is a robot I built in the right after I graduated from high school (Summer 2007). It draws simple B&W bitmaps onto poster paper using a marker.
- Details on Instructables (over 53,000 views)
- Featured on Engadget, Make, and Hackaday.
- Was the inspiration for GaTech’s PrintBot, a robot now in the iRobot Hall of Fame
- One of ten one of ten 3rd prize winners in Instructables.com’s “iRobot Create Challenge”
- Relied on spare parts taken from a printer and an iRobot Create given to me as part of a “Scholarship kit” from Instructables