A conveniently organized list of all of my major projects! I tend to update this list after I've completed new projects, so this list may not alwayas be up-to-date. Feel free to contact me if you want to follow up on, or inquire about any of these projects.
My first Hackathon project ever! I made this in 2018 at SMHacks II, in which we got runner up (that was a nice start to my hackathon career 😁). The premise of the project was to mitigate food waste by finding recipes taht people could make using the leftover food in their fridge. Furthermore, the application accounted for what recipes you used, and would suggest recipes to use whatever food you had leftover. By the end of the hackathon, the focus of the application had shifted to suggesting recipes to people based on what they had in their fridge.
My submission to DVHacks in January 2019! SpeakAR was a project that projected the translated name of an object in AR above the object. In simple terms, if you put the camera in front of, for example, a key, it would put the translation of key into a different language in 3d block letters above the object. The language for translation could be configured using the settings menu. Unfortunately, due to the unstable nature of Flutter at the time, our project became corrupted :/
Our submission for CodeDay BA, Spring 2019! This project involved the devision of a raspberry-pi-powered drone, using stepper motors and a wooden frame. This drone was heavily engineered to be IoT-focused, with features like a web dashboard to monitor its diagnostics (altitude, speed, yaw, pitch, etc.), a live video feed that could be patched into a VR Headset (on multiple devices), and more! This project won us the best hardware hack at CBDA!
Our submission to HackMerced in 2019 (I don't remember what month) where we submitted this to the AGTech Track. Our project revolved around the usage of two IMUs put on a 'glove', which we parsed the input from into Unity. In Unity, we cleaned this data with a Kalman filter, leaving the data ready to be used to for various purposes, like manipulating a 3-axis arm.
Our submission to LAHacks 2019. Armed with the power of an Oculus Rift (Thanks MLH :P), we sought to create an effective interface for the onboard camera feed of our Raspberry Pi IoT Drone. However this project soon evolved into something different - we essentially made an interface that had an infinite number of virtual monitors. Therefore within the simulation, you could have say a 4 monitor setup and use that, even if in reality you had one monitor.
My school's XREDU Club's submission to the Samsung Solve For Tomorrow. As one of the two members on the development team, I had an active role in the design and (obviously) development of our project. Flameless is a fire analytics system that aggregates fire data over a large area (in realtime, of course), plots this data on a map, and - in the even that it detects a fire - predicts where the fire may spread. We actively collaborated with the San Ramon Fire Department on this project, taking input and suggestions from them regarding the project design. The project functioned so well that we were the National Winners of the Samsung Solve for Tomorrow - endowing with our school's tech department with $100,000.