HackBerry Lab

Fall 2020 Prototyping Open House

Welcome to the HackBerry Lab Fall 2020 Prototyping Open House. Explore the many innovations and technologies created by students in Creative Technologies, Computer Science, Mathematics, and more!

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The Porta-Hang


This project incorporates a mounting system for various grip trainers used by rock climbers. By retrofitting these tools onto a doorframe pullup bar, what were once a permanently mounted training devices, can now be used on any standard door frame.
CRT 101: Introduction to Prototyping
Fall 2020

Dry and Go


The Dry and Go is a portable fan designed to keep your shoes dry and odor free. The Dry and Go uses a small and car air freshener to remove odors from wet shoes. The design uses 3D printed pipes to divide the air into both shoes.
CRT 101: Introduction to Prototyping
Fall 2020

SilverWEAR


SilverWEAR is a business I developed that repurposed fine sterling silver flatware into high-quality jewelry. Rings were the most popular but I made anything from earring to money clips and tie clips.
CRT 101: Introduction to Prototyping
fall 2020

HackHelp V1.0


With its WiFi enabled ESP32, Hack Helper is designed to help boost productivity in the classroom through live feedback in a customized UI.
CRT 101: Introduction to Prototyping
Fall 2020

The Solo Shooter


This Intermediate project was guided by the need to improve as an offensive lacrosse player during quarantine without the ability to shoot on a goalie. This artificial goalie was created with the intent to improve accuracy.
CRT 101: Introduction to Prototyping
Fall 2020

The Adam


The Adam features a 3D printed and modified planter bust atop a hand- crafted pedestal. Designed as a different take on Michelangelo's sculpture, The David, this piece was made to resemble the famous marble artwork from the Renaissance era.
CRT 101: Introduction to Prototyping
Fall 2020

Porta-Pocket


The Porta-Pocket is a removable trifold wallet that compensates for the absence of pockets in women’s clothing. While it functions as a hands-free alternative to carrying a purse, the trifold layout of the Porta-Pocket allows for easy storage.
CRT 101: Introduction to Prototyping
Fall 2020

Quarn-tv stand


It's a bookshelf and tv stand with space for a fridge that I built because I needed storage and a place for my tv but I had minimal room in my dorm.
CRT 101: Introduction to Prototyping
Fall 2020

Compact Composter


This compact composter has two compartments that can compost while also allowing you to reduce odor with a carbon filter. It is able to rotate to allow for aeration while also adding worms will allow for quicker decomposition.
CRT 101: Introduction to Prototyping
Fall 2020

Intensils


This is a reusable utensil set that can become two straws, a chopstick set, a fork, knife, or spoon.
CRT 101: Introduction to Prototyping
Fall 2020

Laser Cut Earrings


I designed earrings using a software called Inkscape, then imported them into a software called Boss Laser which programmed the laser cutter to cut and etch them! They are made out of thin plywood.
CRT 101: Introduction to Prototyping
Fall 2020

Small Adjustable Bookshelf


The shelves in this bookshelf can be taken out and placed in different locations in order to customize it to fit your needs! It can fit books as well as small plants.
CRT 101: Introduction to Prototyping
Fall 2020

Dallas Bay Coffee Table


I built a coffee table using epoxy resin. I used the laser cutter to etch my desing and then used various tools to cut it out so that I could pour the epoxy into it.
CRT 101: Introduction to Prototyping
Fall 2020

Interactive Scene Music Box


This music box was created with the intention of calming nerves and to entertain children. You get to pick different songs to play (by using the hand crank mechanism) and create scenes on the lid using the figures. Made with laser cutter and sewed bag
CRT 101: Introduction to Prototyping
Fall 2020

ARMD and Ready!


The purpose of the ARMD (Automatic Rotating Mask Displayer) device is to provide the user a sanitized area to put their masks on. With the mask displayer rotating, the device also is used to present the user's masks.
CRT 101: Introduction to Prototyping
Fall 2020

SNKRBox


The purpose of the SNKRBox is to have a wooden shoe box that lights up each individual cubby in a variety of colors that the use can choose from. The can sit on the shoe box or stand on it. The user can have up to four pairs of shoes in the SNKRBox.
CRT 101: Introduction to Prototyping
Fall 2020

The Red Sunflower


The Red Sunflower is a ring with LEDs placed within the ring's inlay. When powered, the LEDs glow red and reflect off the ultraviolet paint that covers the flower.
CRT 101: Introduction to Prototyping
Fall 2020

MCU - Mini Cooler Unit


The MCU is a drink/beverage cooler that uses a Peltier module to cool down a water bath that you place the drink into. It's relatively small size makes it perfect to fit on a desk or otherwise cramped area.
CRT 101: Introduction to Prototyping
Fall 2020

Cobra Fountain


I absolutely adore things with water, so I really wanted to bring to life my vision of a cobra fountain. Using a sump pump, TinkerCad, Thingiverse, and 3D printer, I was able to create this fountain.
CRT 101: Introduction to Prototyping
Fall 2020

Skull DND Dice Holder


I made a container to hold the dice sets that I use in DND. It functions like a bowl, with velvet lining the inside for protection. The actual case is shaped like a skull with the top portion of the cranium being removable to access the inside.
CRT 101: Introduction to Prototyping
Fall 2020

The Oct-Table


I made an 8-sided table for my friends and me when we play board games. I made a comfortable table with customizable lighting, cup holders, and soft, padded railing. The Oc-Table was styled as a poker table, but its use is universal.
CRT 101: Introduction to Prototyping
Fall 2020

Duck Call


A functional wooden duck call which produces a mallard duck call
CRT 101: Introduction to Prototyping
Fall 2020

Multipurpose Workbench


Multi-purpose workbench designed to help a worker make working on projects easier and more organizable.
CRT 101: Introduction to Prototyping
Fall 2020

Wine Glass Table


This is a bedside table that can hold your wine class safely and securely so you can not knock it over.
CRT 101: Introduction to Prototyping
Fall 2020

Eye Glasses Display


This is a stand to hold your eyeglasses so you can view them better and keep them stored in a safe unbreakable place.
CRT 101: Introduction to Prototyping
Fall 2020

The InstrucTable


This is a portable table able to be used in multiple settings. it has the ability to collapse with a place to store the legs along with a light structure for easy carrying.
CRT 101: Introduction to Prototyping
Fall 2020

The Triangular Theorem


This is a board game designed around the principle of tactile games with the goal of making shapes out of shapes. in this case, I wanted to use triangles of varying sizes. This game is a 2 or 4 player game with multiple piece sizes for longer games.
CRT 101: Introduction to Prototyping
Fall 2020

Wow It's A Shelf... On Wheels


I am looking to build a shelf on wheels. The shelf is designed to take advantage of the tall ceilings in dorm rooms being right under 7 feet tall. The user will also be able to move the shelf around the room if needed.
CRT 101: Introduction to Prototyping
Fall 2020

Milwaukee's Best… Scooter


I am intending on building an electric scooter to get around campus. The goal is to use a Milwaukee drill to power the rear wheel of the scooter. (This project was also intended to be a way of exploring welding and metalworking.)
CRT 101: Introduction to Prototyping
Fall 2020

Feet Paradise


I created a footrest that holds various items on the inside depending on what you want to hold. The footrest has a removable lid that you can take off and open the inside of the box to store things. Inside the footrest are pockets to store extra items.
CRT 101: Introduction to Prototyping
Fall 2020

The Avatar Color Cycle


I created a custom Avatar the last Airbender based lamp that refracts NeoPixel light through a sheet of Acrylic glass that has a design laser cut into it (Aang).
CRT 101: Introduction to Prototyping
Fall 2020

The Duo-Alarm Clock


The Duo-Alarm Clock is for two people who prefer to be woken up through natural lighting rather than noise. This clock can light up using LEDs on one side of the room at one time while the other side can light up at another (or both at the same time).
CRT 101: Introduction to Prototyping
Fall 2020

The Already-Attached Bike Lock


This bike lock is already attached to the bike itself, so there is no need to remember a lock or bring one out of a backpack for use. Two sides of braided steel come out of it and can extend as much as needed to fit around any pole or tree.
CRT 101: Introduction to Prototyping
Fall 2020

3D or not 3D


A project that, when a button is pressed, the correlating professor's office number will display. Each professor has been 3D printed and the order they are in at the top of the box, is the order the buttons are in on the back of the box.
CRT 101: Introduction to Prototyping
Fall 2020

Magnet Feet


Magnet Feet is a device that keeps your feet attached to the pedals of a mountain bike using magnets. It aims to prevent one's feet from coming loose from the pedals when riding on rough bike trails.
CRT 101: Introduction to Prototyping
Fall 2020

Aqua-Blaster


The Aqua-Blaster is a water spraying system that sits in your bike and delivers a spray of water to your face and mouth while riding. It involves a refillable water container that sits in the frame of your bike and is pressurized via tire pump.
CRT 101: Introduction to Prototyping
Fall 2020

Frog Lure


This is a 3d printed topwater bass lure shaped like a frog. Unlike a traditional frog lure, this one has a solid body and better hooks.
CRT 101: Introduction to Prototyping
Fall 2020

Coffee Grinder Gearset


This gearset was made out of both 3D printed and laser cut parts. The purpose of this project was to speed up my morning routine of grinding coffee by turning every one rotation of the handle into four rotations of the burrs.
CRT 101: Introduction to Prototyping
Fall 2020

Snek


A 3D printed articulating snake using ball and socket joints. Does float on water. And in the Krannert Fountain.
CRT 101: Introduction to Prototyping
Fall 2020

Manual Suit Dryer


The colander on top of the prototype rotates at a 1-to-1 ratio with the crank handle. The idea is to rotate the bowl fast enough to dry items that are placed inside.
CRT 101: Introduction to Prototyping
Fall 2020

Wear Protection


I made a plague doctor face mask to replace the ones we currently wear around campus. Comes with filters that can be changed out and goggles that you can wear.. or not.
CRT 101: Introduction to Prototyping
Fall 2020

Storage Stool


Wooden stool with upholstered lid stuffed with cotton. The stool can be used as a ottoman or a chair. The lid is removable so the stool can be used for storage of small items.
CRT 101: Introduction to Prototyping
Fall 2020

Neo Pixel Lamp


This project was made to test my ability of circuitry and creating something aesthetically pleasing. This project has programmed neopixels that shine through an under armor fabric to diffuse the light in a manner that is soft and not harsh to look at
CRT 101: Introduction to Prototyping
Fall 2020

Simtrix


This is a 10x10 led matrix made using neopixels. There are different patterns that it can cycle through with a press of a button located on the backside. The patterns and colors can also be customized as well.
CRT 101: Introduction to Prototyping
Fall 2020

LED acrylic PlayStation Box


Are you a console player but admire the aesthetic of LED PC's and the customizable aspect they have? Well now you can enjoy that experience with your customizable double decker PlayStation box that can house two PlayStations, controllers, and accessories!
CRT 101: Introduction to Prototyping
Fall 2020

Under Bed Shoe Storage


do you have a shoe problem? Are you living in a dorm room? well i have the solution for you! An under bed shoe storage with eight slots!
CRT 101: Introduction to Prototyping
Fall 2020

Great Gun Getter


This is an adjustable dumbbell that was designed to be more comfortable to hold. They can be adjusted from 3 to 8lbs each.
CRT 101: Introduction to Prototyping
Fall 2020

Bear-No-Mo


This is a chicken food dispenser that was designed to keep the bears in my neighborhood out of our chicken food. It is made primarily from plywood and can be hung from a tree and varying heights.
CRT 101: Introduction to Prototyping
Fall 2020

Simtrix


This is a 10x10 led matrix made using neopixels. There are different patterns that it can cycle through with a press of a button located on the backside. The patterns and colors can also be customized as well.
CRT 101: Introduction to Prototyping
Fall 2020

COVID Comfort: Ear Savers


After wearing a mask all day, I found that my ears were sore from being pulled on by the straps of my mask. I created a design to relieve the pressure on my ears and make wearing a mask more comfortable.
CRT 300: Rapid & Improvisational Prototyping
Fall 2020

Earring Holder


This device holds hand made laser cut earrings. It is made of 2x2s. 5mm balsa underlayment. Neopixels, and an Arduino Nano
CRT 300: Rapid & Improvisational Prototyping
Fall 2020

Anime is an Important Part of Our Culture


These lamps were made of Laser cut acrylic. The designs are of various Danganronpa characters. I designed the circuitboard to run off of an Attiny85 and a MicroUSB. While making these lamps I was being cyber bullied by 12 year olds on the internet.
CRT 300: Rapid & Improvisational Prototyping
Fall 2020

LuMieRes


For this project, I am going to put up some lights in my room. I am going to control them with an IR remote, I will have different modes where the lights has different patterns controlled by an IR remote.
CRT 300: Rapid & Improvisational Prototyping
Fall 2020

Almost Cornhole


I set out to make a set of custom cornhole boards. I don’t have much experience with woodworking so it was a learning process. I ran out of time before I could attach the laser etched tops to the frames, but overall, the project was a success.
CRT 300: Rapid & Improvisational Prototyping
Fall 2020

The Smuggler’s Dead Sea Salt Lamps


When I visited Israel, I smuggled back about 35 lbs of salt from the Dead Sea. For this project, I took the two biggest blocks of salt and made salt lamps out of them to remember the trip by.
CRT 300: Rapid & Improvisational Prototyping
Fall 2020

Cake Boss


For this project I set out to make a few different cake topper options for my wedding. I used Fusion 360 to 3D model them. I wanted to make a variety of toppers to show our personality and play around with different options.
CRT 300: Rapid & Improvisational Prototyping
Fall 2020

Couch


A couch I made from 2x2s. The cushions are hand sewn.
CRT 300: Rapid & Improvisational Prototyping
Fall 2020

Monopoly Table


A fun table for me and my friends to play monopoly at.
CRT 300: Rapid & Improvisational Prototyping
Fall 2020

Aw, he's gonna burst a blood vessel because I dissed his waifu


Another take on the Anime lamps. I made a picture frame out of 2x2s and put LEDs around the inside. I used laser etching and Vinyl Etching
CRT 300: Rapid & Improvisational Prototyping
Fall 2020

An unfinished wooden spoon


I attempted to carve a wooden spoon. I did most of the carving and sanding perfectly, but the correct sanding tool for the actual spoon portion was not in great condition. The inside of my spoon may look monstrous but I am proud :)
CRT 300: Rapid & Improvisational Prototyping
Fall 2020

Addressable LED Lights


I programmed an IR remote to control the different patterns I programmed onto the LEDS. I now have fully functional LED lights that make my room much cooler.
CRT 300: Rapid & Improvisational Prototyping
Fall 2020

Box of Cat toys


A laser cut box with self made cat toys. I made these toys because my cat on campus kept playing with my charger cords and eating them, so I made her something else to destroy <3
CRT 300: Rapid & Improvisational Prototyping
Fall 2020

Seed Starter 500


This box was made to help people trying to start a garden be more successful. These neopixels will be replaced by UV lights and controlled by a light sensor so that the seed starter always has a source of light.
CRT 300: Rapid & Improvisational Prototyping
Fall 2020

PONGolympiX


This is a game of PONG. I have made this game before but I did not learn about classes, how well I can use functions and other functionalities on Processing 3.
CRT 300: Rapid & Improvisational Prototyping
Fall 2020

ChessMaster 5000


The ChessMaster 5000 is supposed to help us have an idea of what it would look like to make an actual board either with wood or metal. We could also 3D print the board with this model.
CRT 300: Rapid & Improvisational Prototyping
Fall 2020

Infinity


Infinity functions as a mirror. However, inside the one way mirror film is a strip of LED’s. Behind the LED’s is a general mirror. When the LED’s are turned on, Infinity lights up, and the LED’s bounce back and forth creating an infinity effect.
CRT 300: Rapid & Improvisational Prototyping
Fall 2020

RebarT


RebarT is a project based around the repurposing of reabar metal into abstract art. For this project my main focus was to learn metal bending, cutting, and welding. I used rebar to recreate one of my vector logos.
CRT 300: Rapid & Improvisational Prototyping
Fall 2020

Shoot the Moon lite


Shoot the moon lite is based off a childhood game I used to play. The game works by spreading the metal rods and having the ball move down the path. The goal is to drop the ball in the farthest hole away.
CRT 300: Rapid & Improvisational Prototyping
Fall 2020

Avalanche


The purpose of Avalanche was to design a fully functional yet aesthetically pleasing arcade game using Arduino. The goal of the game is to stop the led just before it hits the house on a given pixel.
CRT 300: Rapid & Improvisational Prototyping
Fall 2020

Adjustable Pachinko Game


I made a mini pachinko game where the pachinko board is adjustable! The front clear cover is able to pop off and the pegs are removable. You can create your own small board and play. The pictures include the game with all the pegs in. (Remove every other)
CRT 300: Rapid & Improvisational Prototyping
Fall 2020

The Rat


The “Rat” is a giant working computer mouse I built for a hackathon. It was made to be completely useless and cumbersome for a category of useless technology.
CRT 300: Rapid & Improvisational Prototyping
Fall 2020

Hey! I'm Here


This sign is hangable on a door and allows you to keep a door closed while letter others know you are still inside. This is perfect for when you need a mask break in any office (especially one with no windows).
CRT 300: Rapid & Improvisational Prototyping
Fall 2020

Vinyl Travel Tracker


This project is a take on scratch-off bucket lists. It has vinyl stickers of state fruits and flowers and you can paint on silver behind each new state you go to!
CRT 300: Rapid & Improvisational Prototyping
Fall 2020

Bed Desk


I made a desk to fit in the slot between my bed and the wall in my dorm. It will be used to put things on such as a lamp and the elevated phone holder I made.
CRT 300: Rapid & Improvisational Prototyping
Fall 2020

Girl Friend Desk


I made another desk, except this time I made it for my girlfriend. I used the laser cutter to etch her name into the top of the desk and the Berry Basketball logo onto her phone holder. I then burned the wood to give it some visual appeal as well.
CRT 300: Rapid & Improvisational Prototyping
Fall 2020

Hold My Drill


I made a hanging drill shelf that holds up to 6 drills, a battery storage area, and is equipped with a charging station up top with outlets.
CRT 300: Rapid & Improvisational Prototyping
Fall 2020

New Hobbies pt. 1


For the last 3 hackathons, I decided that I wanted to experiment and try and learn to do something that I had never done so that I might find some new hobbies. For the first installment I tried my hand at leatherworking and decided to make a wallet.
CRT 300: Rapid & Improvisational Prototyping
Fall 2020

WWE Debut


As a child I always wanted to hit someone with a chair they way they did in the WWE, but I knew it'd hurt pretty bad. So, for my first hackathon I decided to make some breakaway stools that wouldn't hurt as much. You can decide if they worked.
CRT 300: Rapid & Improvisational Prototyping
Fall 2020

New Hobbies pt. 2


For the last 3 hackathons, I decided that I wanted to experiment and try and learn to do something that I had never done so that I might find some new hobbies. For the 2nd installment I tried my hand at metalworking and made a knife from a railroad spike.
CRT 300: Rapid & Improvisational Prototyping
Fall 2020

New Hobbies pt. 3


For the last 3 hackathons, I decided that I wanted to experiment and try and learn to do something that I had never done so that I might find some new hobbies. For the final installment I hit the lathe, and turned/cut the pieces to a checkers set.
CRT 300: Rapid & Improvisational Prototyping
Fall 2020

Munchie Mask


this face shield is designed to lift up when you turn a knob to allow you to eat of drink in the age of COVID.
CRT 300: Rapid & Improvisational Prototyping
Fall 2020

PB&J


this is a miniature remake of my first CRT project. it is a display board of all of my race times.
CRT 300: Rapid & Improvisational Prototyping
Fall 2020

GO GO Gadget Grounds


this is a metal toolbox for my lawn mover at work to store all the things we need to run the mover safely.
CRT 300: Rapid & Improvisational Prototyping
Fall 2020

RailRoad Spike Knife


This project was meant to explore and try something new. I had never tried my hand at blacksmith but always wanted to do so. This was my attempt at creating a knife out of a railroad spike. This took 4 hours to draw out the metal, shape it, and sharpen
CRT 300: Rapid & Improvisational Prototyping
Fall 2020

GPU Cover


For this project I created a GPU for my PC. The purpose of this project was to create a personalized piece for my computer. This was created by layering 2 pieces of laser cut acrylic. Then I used vinyl to cover the logo and then spray painted it white.
CRT 300: Rapid & Improvisational Prototyping
Fall 2020

Potato Cannon


For this project I created a potato cannon. There was no specific reason for making this other than some fun! This potato cannon was created out of links of PVC pipe and rubber cement. The back unscrews where you use hairspray inside the chamber.
CRT 300: Rapid & Improvisational Prototyping
Fall 2020

Letter Box


The Letter Box is exactly what it says. It's a box perfectly sized for letters. Its got fun decorations and surrounded by a strip of flowing rainbow LED lights.
CRT 300: Rapid & Improvisational Prototyping
Fall 2020

A Skirt :)


This was my first attempt at sewing, so I made a pleated skirt. I chose a black fabric with a hot pink thread.
CRT 300: Rapid & Improvisational Prototyping
Fall 2020

Drink Reminder


This is a project that was made to hep remind me to drink more with out bothering others.
CRT 300: Rapid & Improvisational Prototyping
Fall 2020

Spider-Man Shooters


This was Recreated to make a fun way to clean items before you touch them. Sadly there where lots of things that went wrong ,but it got the idea.
CRT 300: Rapid & Improvisational Prototyping
Fall 2020

Hat Project


I really wanted to make a personally hat for myself and I though this would be a good project to learn how to sew. Really this project was done so I could learn how to sew.
CRT 300: Rapid & Improvisational Prototyping
Fall 2020

The Very Useless Box


This is the Box that doesn't do anything.
CRT 300: Rapid & Improvisational Prototyping
Fall 2020

Stargate: The World's Simplest Platformer


The main goal of each level is to reach the stargate at the end. Players control character movement with the designated keys on the keyboard. Platforms must be traversed to reach the stargate. Good Luck!
CSC 103: Creative Computing
Fall 2020

Speedrunner Dash


The game I programmed is a cross between Speedrunner and Geometry Dash. I took elements from both to create my own unique mashup. You play as an animated character from Speedrunner. The objective is to maneuver past obstacles to reach the finish line.
CSC 103: Creative Computing
Fall 2020

Chonk Jump


Chonk Jump is a wonderful platformer game that explores the adventures of Chonk. Chonk endures the wrath of dust bunnies while striving for morsels of food.
CSC 103: Creative Computing
Fall 2020

Flappy Pong


Flappy Pong is a game created using Processing. This game is a cross-over game of Flappy Bird and Pong. This is my created game for the final project in CSC103.
CSC 103: Creative Computing
Fall 2020

Llama Jump


Llama Jump is a game created with Processing. It is similar to Geometry Dash with a desert theme.
CSC 103: Creative Computing
Fall 2020

Space Dodger


Space Dodger is game that was designed in CSC 103. The objective is to dodge/shoot flying meteors that are trying to destroy your ship.
CSC 103: Creative Computing
Fall 2020

Kitty City Jump


My final game for Chris’s CSC103 class! This game is based off Climber and Doodle Jump.
CSC 103: Creative Computing
Fall 2020

Meow Mayhem (Platformer Game)


For this project, I coded a platformer game that is modeled off the existing game Doodle Jump. For this game I made the main character a cat who jumps from platform to platform collecting fish and avoiding the lasers shooting down from the top.
CSC 103: Creative Computing
Fall 2020

Flappy Viking


My spin on flappy bird
CSC 103: Creative Computing
Fall 2020

Top Gun


Top Gun themed shooting computer game
CSC 103: Creative Computing
Fall 2020

Ace of Aces


A vertically scrolling shooter game that I made for CSC 103. You play as an English pilot during WWI whose goal is to defeat as many Germans as possible and become the ace of aces. Backgrounds, screens, and sprites were all hand drawn.
CSC 103: Creative Computing
Fall 2020

Coin Dash


This is my CSC 103 Final Project. Coin Dash is a game where you try to collect coins among a randomly generated map while dodging meteors.
CSC 103: Creative Computing
Fall 2020

Square Survival


This is a game I created using the Processing programming language. In this game you will have to try to survive incoming waves of evil squares using bullets. By gaining score your weapon will become more efficient! Survive as long as possible!
CSC 103: Creative Computing
Fall 2020

Music Mastery Game


My final project for CSC 103. It is a rhythm-based game where you press buttons in time with the music. Score is given based on how in time you are.
CSC 103: Creative Computing
Fall 2020

Circle Assault


A circle tries to touch your side of the window this is absolutely unacceptable.
CSC 103: Creative Computing
Fall 2020

Return Man


In this project you are Bo Jackson in the Tecmo Bowl game setting. The goal is to get the kickoff and go score. Be careful you need this touchdown to win the game so do not get tackled! I made this project in Processing
CSC 103: Creative Computing
Fall 2020

Disney Dash


Disney Dash is my final project for CSC 103. It is similar to geometry dash but with a disney theme.
CSC 103: Creative Computing
Fall 2020

Showdown Shooter


This is my final project for CSC 103. It's a two player shooter.
CSC 103: Creative Computing
Fall 2020

Dream Ship


I created a Titanic-themed game in which coal is thrown at icebergs to destroy them as well as navigating an iceberg maze. Each level has themed music.
CSC 103: Creative Computing
Fall 2020

LaserRUN


Dip, Dive, and Dodge and avoid the red obstacles in LaserRUN! Expertly, pilot your mouse/spaceship around red obstacles and see how many obstacles you can Pass!
CSC 103: Creative Computing
Fall 2020

Creative Tech Space Tour


This is my final project for CRT 103! Due to being sick a lot of time was compromised however, my idea is to showcase my previous CRT projects! Then have a puzzle to solve on each page that relates to the present project. Finally end with a jumping game!
CSC 103: Creative Computing
Fall 2020

PC Controls and Hotkeys


CSC235 Project for Fall 2020 This project can control the volume and mouse on your computer as well as launch Among Us, CounterStrike: Global Offensive, youtube.com, and also shut down your computer at the touch of a button.
CSC 235: Physical Computing
Fall 2020

Yarn Winder


For the Motor Project in CSC 235 I made a yarn winder. Upon pressing a button the motor turns on/off. The purpose of the project is to make it easier to wind yarn.
CSC 235: Physical Computing
Fall 2020

NeoPixel Lamp


This is a NeoPixel lamp that has different patterns that can be selected with a button.
CSC 235: Physical Computing
Fall 2020

Servo Light Switch


This is a sound activated project that can turn a light switch on and off, with a NeoPixel pattern displaying while the project is off.
CSC 235: Physical Computing
Fall 2020

Light Fish


For my Neopixel project I made light fish that respond to a button press and a photometer to determine their behavior. Most of the project is described in the video.
CSC 235: Physical Computing
Fall 2020

Beach Pinball


This is made for the CSC 235 Final Project. For the project a button is pressed to trigger a motor to release the ball, and a photoresistor is used to determine when you have lost the game. The time-based score is displayed on an LCD.
CSC 235: Physical Computing
Fall 2020

NeoPixel Project


I coded the patterns for the lights and added them to a bookshelf that I had made.
CSC 235: Physical Computing
Fall 2020

Robo-arm


I used servo motors, a 3D printer and arduino to create a robotic arm that I could control with a joystick.
CSC 235: Physical Computing
Fall 2020

Rock'em Sock'em


I re-created Rock'em Sock'em Robots, using arduino and force sensors. Every time the sensor is hit a light adds to your score and when you get 10 the game is over.
CSC 235: Physical Computing
Fall 2020

Light Up Coffee Box


Light up coffee box with 4 changing states of colors. The color states are supposed to be indications of how hot the coffee on the coaster on top is. The change of states is done manually by a button on the back of the box.
CSC 235: Physical Computing
Fall 2020

Spooky Scary Skeleton


A festive servo based motor project that shakes a skeleton when an object comes too close to the ultrasonic range finder. Neopixels were added for a fun flair!
CSC 235: Physical Computing
Fall 2020

Family Snow globe


A personalized snow globe! 3D printed figurines of my family were made along with the 3D printed base. A DC motor was used for blowing the snow and neopixels were also used. A button controls the motor and a potentiometer controls the neopixels.
CSC 235: Physical Computing
Fall 2020

8-Bit Runner


My challenge was to add onto an existing Arduino project. I chose this 8-bit runner and updated the game so that the blocks move exponentially quicker and added an indicator LED to let you know when you hit a block.
CSC 235: Physical Computing
Fall 2020

Neo Hoodie


The project challenge was to code different LED states into a fabricated prototype.
CSC 235: Physical Computing
Fall 2020

Foose


An innovative foosball table. I condensed a foosball table so that the player would not have to switch poles mid-game. I added an automatic goalkeeper that can move back and forth randomly, and can track the ball and it's distance and react accordingly.
CSC 235: Physical Computing
Fall 2020

Logo Lamp


I used a laser cutter to cut out the Final Fantasy 14 logo and then wrapped a NeoPixel Strand around a PVC coupling to put in the middle. I created 5 different light patterns that can be cycled through using 2 buttons.
CSC 235: Physical Computing
Fall 2020

Animaniacs Carousel


For my motor project, I designed a carousel out of wood and used a NEMA 17 stepper motor. I first made a prototype out of foam core to get a basis for my carousel design.
CSC 235: Physical Computing
Fall 2020

Gae Bolg Axe


I designed a cosplay prop. The NeoPixel strand wrapped around the shaft is controlled by 5 buttons that turn them on/off, control brightness, and control the color. I used a tilt senor and piezo buzzer to make it play a noise when the prop is twirled.
CSC 235: Physical Computing
Fall 2020

Target Tag Game


A simple game controlled with arduino. The player shoots at incoming targets which, once hit, start moving faster. The player's goal is to survive as long as they can.
CSC 235: Physical Computing
Fall 2020

Robotic Arm


This project was an acrylic automated arm made to emulate that of a CNC Robotic Arm. It uses processing and Arduino to control it via Potentiometers. (Picture for Comparison)
CRT 320: Advanced Robotics
Fall 2020

Conveyor Belt


For this project I created a model of a conveyor belt to help clean packages going through the mail during COVID-19. My group thought that the best way to clean the packages was a hands free system to automatically do the job for us.
CRT 320: Advanced Robotics
Fall 2020

Hand Wash Timer


This project was meant to help people gauge how long to wash their hands due to the Covid-19. It makes use of an ultrasonic sensor and counts using Leds to 20 seconds. When you hands are put close to the sensor, the lights will turn on progressively
CRT 320: Advanced Robotics
Fall 2020

Home Office Model


I planned out my dream home office in Fusion 360. Including a desk and computer tech, a workbench and shelf for tool work, a tv, and a relaxing space with rugs and bean bags!
CRT 420: Design for Extremes
Fall 2020

Nintendo Switch Model/Render


This is a Fusion360 model and render of a Nintendo Switch and GameCube Controller
CRT 420: Design for Extremes
Fall 2020

Acrylic Desktop PC Case


This was my final project for this class. I made a desktop PC case out of acrylic in Fusion 360. The design is complete with fans, motherboard, ram, cpu, and a gpu. I plan on laser cutting it later and building a computer in it.
CRT 420: Design for Extremes
Fall 2020

Home Office Model


I planned out my dream home office in Fusion 360. Including a desk and computer tech, a workbench and shelf for tool work, a tv, and a relaxing space with rugs and bean bags!
CRT 420: Design for Extremes
Fall 2020

Hackberry Helper


Intermediate Project designed to alert the professor if a student has completed a task (by pressing the green button) or needs help with a current task (by pressing the red button).
CRT 399: Intermediate Design Studio
Fall 2020

The SaniStation


For this project, we had to identify a problem-area around campus and set up a sensor to observe it. We chose the sanitization in D-Hall, as we felt in the age of COVID cleanliness was very important. http://www.hackberrylab.com/399/orange/home.php
CRT 399: Intermediate Design Studio
Fall 2020

The Hackhelper


The Hackhelper was an intermediate project for my Intermediate Design course. Its purpose was to track the progress of a student in a classroom and whether the student needed help from the professor. It captured that data and would record it in a database
CRT 399: Intermediate Design Studio
Fall 2020

HackBerry Helper


This project focused on allowing teachers to track student progress throughout an activity. Each student would receive their own handheld device with two buttons. One that signified that they were good and ready to move on the other saying they need help.
CRT 399: Intermediate Design Studio
Fall 2020

BottleBoard


BottleBoard is a machine designed to take a mixture of HDPE and bamboo shavings and extrude a composite 1x4. The inspiration for this project came from Hawaii having no way to recycle their plastics and being reliant on shipping their recyclables abroad.
CRT 399: Intermediate Design Studio
Fall 2020

Stove Checker


The Stove Checker was designed to analyze how many students used the stove in Deerfield Hall at a certain time and day. That information would then be sent to a database, where all the entries were observed and then translated into graphs.
CRT 399: Intermediate Design Studio
Fall 2020

Han-San Helper


This project was designed to detect the amount of people who sanitized their hands versus the amount of people who entered the library . To see more see Lewis Denver and Michael Canfield. See data at http://www.hackberrylab.com/399/violet/violetHome.php
CRT 399: Intermediate Design Studio
Fall 2020

HackBerry Helper


This project was designed to determine how long students are taking on each step of an assignment and to ask for help without raising one's hand. Made with an ESP32, Buttons, LED, and Lithium Battery.
CRT 399: Intermediate Design Studio
Fall 2020

Pixel Animation


This PCB is designed to show light animation by the push of 3 buttons. Each button has its own programed animation which will light up and move around.
CRT 399: Intermediate Design Studio
Fall 2020

Rockin Camp Stool


This is a camp stool that you use to sit at a camp fire with. I had designed this with the purpose of rocking back and forth while sitting. You can also flip it on one of its sides to prevent the rocking.
CRT 399: Intermediate Design Studio
Fall 2020

Traffic Reader


On my college’s campus there is an intersection where cars frequently stop in the road to pickup friends, unload groceries, etc. My partner and I created a metal detector to quantify this problem.
CRT 399: Intermediate Design Studio
Fall 2020

Hackberry Helper


Made this for our intermediate project in CRT 399. It shows tells a professor if a student needs help during class. It sends a student's status to a server and displays if a student needs help on a web page.
CRT 399: Intermediate Design Studio
Fall 2020

CrossWatch


This project measures the amount of cars and people the cross the crosswalk at night in between Krannert and Evans. The goal was to see if Berry needed to put better lighting in for this crossing. http://hackberrylab.com/399/blue/charts/chartHome.php
CRT 399: Intermediate Design Studio
Fall 2020

The Hack-Helper


For our first project in the class, we had to make a remote and a web page to help the instructor track students' progress through assignments.
CRT 399: Intermediate Design Studio
Fall 2020

Green Team


For this project, we were looking at the inefficiency of the sidewalk placement in the Cage Lawn. To measure this we created two sensor modules that use microwave sensors to track someone. Then used data to create visualizations to portray this issue.
CRT 399: Intermediate Design Studio
Fall 2020

Traffic Reader


The Traffic Reader was a metal detector sensor designed to observe traffic through a busy intersection on Berry's campus. The goal was to measure the amount of time that cars stopped improperly along the sidewalk in the the middle of the intersection.
CRT 399: Intermediate Design Studio
Fall 2020

The SaniStation


My partner (Thomas Harlin) and I had to study a problem space on campus with technology. The SaniStation tracked those entering the dining hall and how many of those people used hand sanitizer on the way in. http://www.hackberrylab.com/399/orange/home.php
CRT 399: Intermediate Design Studio
Fall 2020

Cross-watch


This project is for our 399 final, we were trying to figure out if specific crosswalks needed better lighting. Our device is able to track cars coming from north and south, along with the number of people crossing. http://hackberrylab.com/399/blue/chart
CRT 399: Intermediate Design Studio
Fall 2020

Hack-Help


For this project, the Hack-Help, was designed in order to assist teachers in keeping up with the students, and how well they are keeping pace with the lesson.
CRT 399: Intermediate Design Studio
Fall 2020

HackBerry Helper


The "HackBerry Helper" was designed to improve professor and student interaction in the classroom. It tracks if a student calls for help, when they called for help, and whether or not they received help from the professor.
CRT 399: Intermediate Design Studio
Fall 2020

Hackberry Helper


the Hackberry helper is a device designed to give feedback to a teacher about the status of students as they work through an assignment.
CRT 399: Intermediate Design Studio
Fall 2020

Crosswatch


The goal of Crosswatch was to determine if berry needs to put lighting in at the Krannert/Mac/Evans crosswalk. Using a radar sensor for people and photoresistors for cars.
CRT 399: Intermediate Design Studio
Fall 2020

Lab Tracker


This project was aimed towards the efficiency of the Berry College computer labs. It tracked people entering and leaving the computer labs and sent the data to a website. This website displayed the data in three different graphs that simplified the data.
CRT 399: Intermediate Design Studio
Fall 2020

HackBerry Helper


This device helps professors track the progress of their students during in class activities. It transmits data from the button on the device to a website with the students names.
CRT 399: Intermediate Design Studio
Fall 2020

Computer Lab Monitor


The final project for 399 which had monitor a place on campus. My group decided to keep track of Computer Lab traffic to see when the Labs were used at specific times. This project included stand to display data, and a webpage with graphs.
CRT 399: Intermediate Design Studio
Fall 2020

Path Monitor


The goal of this project was to capture an estimation of how many people walk across the cage lawn grass on a given day. We used a microwave sensor and a custom PCB. We also developed a website to display the data and a touch screen kiosk.
CRT 399: Intermediate Design Studio
Fall 2020

Path Monitor


The goal of this project was to capture an estimation of how many people walk across the cage lawn grass on a given day. We used a microwave sensor and a custom PCB. We also developed a website to display the data and a touch screen kiosk.
CRT 399: Intermediate Design Studio
Fall 2020

HackBerry Helper


This was a help world class project to help demonstrate everything we would learn in CRT 399. This included everything from: ESP32, PCB Design, AutoCAD, HTML, PHP, MySequel, and 3D Printing.
CRT 399: Intermediate Design Studio
Fall 2020

Green Team (CRT 399 Final)


We measured the activity of people walking through the grass outside of KillPatricks. We used a Microwave Proximity sensor to detect motion, then recorded Time, Day, which sensor was triggered on an SD card, sent to a database and put on a website
CRT 399: Intermediate Design Studio
Fall 2020

PCB Lab


For this project I had to design a PCB, get all of the components, solder it together, and create a function for the LEDs whenever each button was pressed. This project was meant to expose us as a class to PCB design while honing our soldering skills.
CRT 399: Intermediate Design Studio
Fall 2020

HackBerry Helper


HackBerry Helper is a device that uses an esp32 to connect to the internet and send data to a database using MySQL and PHP. The purpose is to see the status of students understanding material taught in class.
CRT 399: Intermediate Design Studio
Fall 2020

Stove Checker


The Stove Checker is a device that uses a photoresistor to detect if the stoves in the Deerfield kitchens are being used by students and for how long. This data is sent to a MySQL database through an esp32 where it is converted into graphs.
CRT 399: Intermediate Design Studio
Fall 2020

Han-San Helper


this was the final project for CRT399.Han-San helper is a device designed to track how many people use hand sanitizer when entering the library. It compares how many people enter against how many people sanitize.
CRT 399: Intermediate Design Studio
Fall 2020

HackHelper


Intermediate project for CRT399, which visualizes to the professor whether a student needs help on a certain step of an assignment.
CRT 399: Intermediate Design Studio
Fall 2020

HackHelper


The HackHelper is a handheld arduino device that allows students to notify the teacher if they need help with an in class assignments. With a push of a button, you can notify the professor if you need help or have completed the step.
CRT 399: Intermediate Design Studio
Fall 2020

Team Indigo


Our group wanted to study how many people use the stovetops in the Deerfield Kitchens. Specifically the first and second floor kitchens. How our device works is by reading the light indicator on the stovetop which tells if a burner is hot or not.
CRT 399: Intermediate Design Studio
Fall 2020

Team Yellow


The goal of our project was to record the foot traffic in the Mac and Evans computer labs. Our sensor was placed on the doorframes incoming into the lab and detected if someone entered or exited the lab.
CRT 399: Intermediate Design Studio
Fall 2020

Bike Size


My goal for this project was to 3D model a shorter version of my cruising bike. The overall shape of the model is the same as the original bike, but the dimensions have been scaled down to provide a person my height with a more comfortable ride.
CRT 420: 3D Printing and Design
Fall 2020

3D Designed P-51D Mustang


A P-51 Mustang that was made for CRT 420's final project. This design was created in Fusion 360 and features several moving parts. I chose to create a P-51 because of my interest in military history, and because it's one of my all-time favorite airplanes.
CRT 420: 3D Printing and Design
Fall 2020

Switch Cabinet


This project is a fully modeled and functioning render of a Nintendo Switch with a custom game cabinet and an accurate render of my TV. The Switch render has full modular functions just like the real console and has working buttons.
CRT 420: 3D Printing and Design
Fall 2020

Board Game Table


This Board Game Table made in Fusion 360 is the final project for the Fall 2020 CRT 420 Class.
CRT 420: 3D Printing and Design
Fall 2020

Wind Turbine


Knew nothing about how wind turbines function. Designing this wind turbine based off of real life understanding and how they function.
CRT 420: 3D Printing and Design
Fall 2020

Modular Ground Hound Model


This is a concept model for a modular version of my Ground Hound Capstone project. With this version, in addition to being easier to expand on, a farmer would be able to only purchase the functions that actually need.
CRT 420: 3D Printing and Design
Fall 2020

Coffee Environment


This is my final project for the fall 2020 CRT 420
CRT 420: 3D Printing and Design
Fall 2020

Henry Repeating Rifle


Our final project was to model anything we wanted to as long as it met the scope of the project. I chose this rifle because it I have a lot of good memories shooting a rifle very similar to this.
CRT 420: 3D Printing and Design
Fall 2020

Stormbreaker


I made Thor's axe which is called Stormbreaker by using Fusion 360. Many of you may know this from Avengers Infinity War and Endgame.
CRT 420: 3D Printing and Design
Fall 2020

HCC Trailer Model


For my Fusion 360 final, I wanted to model my business trailer. I wanted it to look like a scaled version that I can use to create shelves and other things on the inside to test out the layout before I build them in the actual trailer.
CRT 420: 3D Printing and Design
Fall 2020

Perplexus 3D model


This is a 3D modeled version of the classic Perplexus 3D maze toy that allows a small marble to follow a track by rotating and twisting the toy.
CRT 420: 3D Printing and Design
Fall 2020

Legally Distinct Controller CAD Model


I designed a complete model of video game controller in Fusion 360 with accurate dimensions. This model was based heavily on the Xbox ONE series of controllers and features fully articulating buttons, triggers, and joysticks.
CRT 420: 3D Printing and Design
Fall 2020

Violin 3D Model


For my final in CRT 420 I choose to 3D design a violin. I had played classically for 6 years before I started swimming.
CRT 420: 3D Printing and Design
Fall 2020

Nintendo Switch Model


Fusion 360 model depicting a Nintendo Switch.
CRT 420: 3D Printing and Design
Fall 2020

MonoMono Machine


This is the Slot Machine used in Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc to show who is the Blackened after a class trial.
CRT 420: 3D Printing and Design
Fall 2020

Drip or Drown


This project is a 10 piece jewelry collection made in Fusion360. The pieces are American Idiot, Alkaline Trio, Berry Sign, Hacksaw, Milo Goes to College, Needle in a Haystack, FL Studio Spinner, Hobbes, Steel-Yo-Girl Nameplate, and a CDG Gucci Link Chain.
CRT 420: 3D Printing and Design
Fall 2020

Prosthetic Hand CAD Model


I designed a model of a functioning prosthetic hand that has 3D printable joints that allow for grasping. This was my own design that I modeled in Fusion 360
CRT 420: 3D Printing and Design
Fall 2020

SilverWEAR


Small business creating handmade jewelry from vintage silverware
ENT 340: Entrepreneurship
Fall 2020

Posterize


I am the owner and creator of Posterize a business that focuses in producing custom-designed poster boards. These boards are made of wood and lasercut to the customer’s requested design. The board is then painted and given to the customer.
ENT 340: Entrepreneurship
Fall 2020

Harmony's Crafty Creations Trailer Decals


In the summer of 2013, I created my own business named Harmony’s Crafty Creations. After several successful years, I got this trailer to sell out of but I wanted to showcase my skills by making the decals myself.
CRT 450: Professional Development
Fall 2020

Harmony's Crafty Creations T-Shirt Display


This t-shirt display was created to provide a creative solution to store and display shirts for sale at vendor events. Routing the holes in the MDF both provided a fun design as well as cut weight from the overall display.
CRT 450: Professional Development
Fall 2020

Stow Screen


The Stow Screen is a wooden, folding, Dungeon Master’s Screen for use in tabletop role playing games. The purpose of the project was to create a sturdy and aesthetically pleasing screen that could easily be folded up and stored away when not in use.
CRT 450: Professional Development
Fall 2020

The Doom of St. Nick


The Doom of St. Nick is a top-down dungeon crawler game made in the Processing IDE. This game was designed, coded, and tested by me alone and took approximately two months of development time. This game was inspired by Binding of Isaac and Legend of Zelda
CRT 450: Professional Development
Fall 2020

Hackberry Hand Washing Station


The Hand Washing Station was a project for Hackberry Lab to try and ensure socially distant hand washing during the Covid-19 pandemic. Users press of a button, wet their hands and get soap, then follow the NeoPixels until they reach the end and rinse.
CRT 450: Professional Development
Fall 2020

MIDI Mixer


MIDI Mixer is a MIDI controller powered by an Arduino Uno. The interface was designed with DJs in mind to give them full control without ever having to look down or move their hands too much.
CRT 450: Professional Development
Fall 2020

Don't Stand So Close To Me


Don’t Stand So Close To Me is a teaching tool designed to help people accurately estimate six feet.
CRT 450: Professional Development
Fall 2020

RGBeat Covid


RGBeat Covid is a two-layer cloth facemask with 40 addressable RGB LEDs sewn in between the top and bottom cloth layers. The lights are powered by a 9 volt battery and an Arduino Nano. The battery and Arduino are in a case worn on the back of the shirt.
CRT 450: Professional Development
Fall 2020

Laser-Etched Wooden Jewelry


The purpose of this project was to create a set of lightweight, stylish jewelry using a laser cutter.
CRT 450: Professional Development
Fall 2020

Work Cart


The Work Cart was designed as a work and storage station on wheels. The cart is mostly plywood, with a shelf underneath for tools and materials and a 24” x 48” piece of melamine as a dry erase tabletop.
CRT 450: Professional Development
Fall 2020

Pong


This was designed as a recreation of the original game Pong for the Atari with increased visual appeal and color. This recreation features a few extra features such as player color selection and ball color changing and was made entirely from scratch.
CRT 450: Professional Development
Fall 2020

Pixel Art Saving App


This program was designed as a way to draw and save images in Processing by saving the X, Y, and RGB values of each pixel. Each pixel was "drawn" by click of the mouse.
CRT 450: Professional Development
Fall 2020

HackBerry Helper


This small hand held device is designed to signal when a student needs help in class, creating more relaxed self guided assignments. It has a second button to signal when a student has completed a task. Status's are displayed on a projected screen.
CRT 450: Professional Development
fall 2020

Architecture Modeling


I had the opportunity to abstract some of the first versions of the remodeling of the Our Lady Guadalupe shrine in Chicago. I interned with the architecture firm Wheeler Kearns Architects in the summer of 2018.
CRT 450: Professional Development
fall 2020

Hack Helper


The HackBerry Helper was a handheld clicker designed to assist in Student and Teacher interaction during in-class assignments. Students could use the clicker to alert the teacher about how they were progressing or if they needed assistance while working.
CRT 450: Professional Development
Fall 2020

Embroidery


Machine Embroidery is a skill I had always wanted to learn, from simple designs to appliques. To make an the embroidered design you start with an image and import it to embroider software to convert it to a stitch file.
CRT 450: Professional Development
Fall 2020

Robotic Arm


An acrylic arm controlled by an Arduino Uno. This arm incorporated a UI made in the Processing IDE to control the positions and movement of the arm. Additionally, servo positions were saved as comma separated values and could be played in sequence.
CRT 450: Professional Development
Fall 2020

Bedside Shelf


In my dorm room, I had a very inconvenient gap along the side of my bed that allowed pillows, blankets, my phone, and everything else to fall down the crack. To solve this, I built a shelf to fill the gap and act as a nightstand.
CRT 450: Professional Development
Fall 2020

Infected


I coded a video game start to finish using Java’s Processing. The game is COVID-19 themed and based on flappy bird. For a seperate project I added an ultrasonic range finder to change the way the player is controlled. The player moves with the hand.
CRT 450: Professional Development
Fall 2020

The HackBerry Helper


The HackBerryHelper was designed to help teachers and students track progress in the classroom. It uses an ESP32 to send a signal to my created database depending on the buttons that students press.
CRT 450: Professional Development
Fall 2020

Campstool


Crawlbot campstool to make sitting easier by the fire
CRT 450: Professional Development
Fall 2020

Social Distancing Genetic Algorithm


Used to show how we can reduce the spread of covid 19 by social distancing
CRT 450: Professional Development
Fall 2020

InfraTrack


Used as a way to get reports on where time is being lost in a busy medical practice field to help optimize visitations
CRT 450: Professional Development
Fall 2020

Bubbles


Used as a way to make a cool bubble wall in a tube a desk to make it comfy.
CRT 450: Professional Development
Fall 2020

Charged Cookie 2.0


Redesign of the charged cookie, integrating a wireless charger into a tree cookie.
CRT 450: Professional Development
Fall 2020

Changeable Shelf


Used as a parametric shelf so one can specify specific dimensions and will calculate how much wood is needed.
CRT 450: Professional Development
Fall 2020

Gas Mask


Halloween project to help disguise identity while altering your voice.
CRT 450: Professional Development
Fall 2020

Neoclap


Lazy to turn a switch to turn lights on can ether clap or touch the box to turn on the lights and off.
CRT 450: Professional Development
Fall 2020

Mr. Squibbles


hackathon project to learn sewing by integrating electronics to produce a kid friendly toy.
CRT 450: Professional Development
Fall 2020

Automatic Door


Used as way to understand the logic that electronics use on a daily by replication.
CRT 450: Professional Development
Fall 2020

Design Software


I have experience creating logo and art in a variety of computer design programs like Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop, InDesign, Fusion 360, and Inkscape.
CRT 450: Professional Development
Fall 2020

Dog Wheelchair


The Dog Wheelchair is a low-cost assistive wheelchair for dogs that have little to no function in their back legs. The purpose of the wheelchair is to shift the weight off the lower half and distribute it onto its front half.
CRT 450: Professional Development
Fall 2020

Mad Hax


Our team in Vehicles class was Mad Hax inspired by Mad Max. We built a tiny go-kart, named ChibiKart, from scratch and used it to race against other teams. We also programmed a golf kart to self drive using gps coordinates and a camera.
CRT 330: Vehicles
Fall 2020

Missing Parts


Missing Parts is a collection of photos edited on Adobe Photoshop. Parts of the person in the photo were cut out a replaced by an empty background to make it seem as if parts of the person were missing. Skills: Photography, Photoshop
ART 351 Digital Imaging
Fall 2020

Selfie Project


This project is intended to be in the form of an animated gif, however I can't put a gif on this site. I used Photoshop to manipulate a selfie in 10 different ways, each one representing something about me.
ART 351 Digital Imaging
Fall 2020

Nothingness


This project was created in Photoshop for one of my art classes. I had to take a picture of someone and edit out a part of their body to create a nothing space in the photo.
ART 340 Graphic Design
Fall 2020

Creative Project


I chose to show how The Chaos Theory is in writing. I took a sentence and emphasized each word separately to show how a small change to the sentence creates different meanings.
ART 340 Graphic Design
Fall 2020

dual tetrahedrons


this project was to show the duality of two tetrahedrons and to how a cube in the 3d
ART 340 Graphic Design
Fall 2020

I Actually Hate Alabama


this is a backlit raised monogram of the Alabama 'A' that I made as a Christmas present.
ART 340 Graphic Design
Fall 2020

Pillow Talk


Pillow talk is a device that turns your pillow inyo a personal speaker that only you can hear. The prupose of this project is to lay comfortably on your pillow without the use of headphones while still not disturbing anyone around you.
ART 340 Graphic Design
Fall 2020

Gaming Stool


For this project, I decided to take the idea of the camp stool and make it more indoors oriented. The overall design matches my PC build with the white and NZXT theme. I find it very convenient since only 3 people can sit on my couch.
ART 340 Graphic Design
Fall 2020

succulent pots


succulent pots
ART 340 Graphic Design
Fall 2020

business card


business card design
ART 340 Graphic Design
Fall 2020

Bouncy Flower: The Game


A game where you must collect energy over time in an increasing difficulty curve. The goal is to completing level 11, but watch out! the Gardener will spray you with chemicals if you aren't careful!
ART 340 Graphic Design
Fall 2020

Trees and Golden Ratio


The purpose of this product is to create a fun and creative way to display the Golden Spiral within fractals. This project combined my love of mathematics with my new found skill embroidery.
MAT 105: Nature of Math
Fall 2020

Origami Menger Sponge


For our creative project we constructed a Menger Sponge using origami. The Menger Sponge is constructed using index cards and print off of Sierpinski Carpet.
MAT 105: Nature of Math
Fall 2020

The Golden Blue Jay


For my creative project, I created a golden rectangle out of legos and with the legos they created a golden spiral. With the golden spiral I created a blue jay using its outline. Lastly, I used the left over legos to create golden like rectangles.
MAT 105: Nature of Math
Fall 2020

Mugging Around


I created this 10"x10" painting to show a doughnut's transformation into a coffee mug and how it exemplifies the basic principles of topology, the mathematical study of surfaces.
MAT 105: Nature of Math
Fall 2020

Oreo Plinko


I made an Oreo Plinko game to create a fun way to further my and others' understanding of the pigeonhole principle and chaos theory.
MAT 105: Nature of Math
Fall 2020

Fibonacci's Leviathan


The Fibonacci number sequence is an ascending chain of numbers that appears in many parts of nature, including ammonite fossils and hurricanes. For this project, my goal was to write a poem that echoed and celebrated this link between math and nature.
MAT 105: Nature of Math
Fall 2020

Perspective through Fractals


For my creative project I chose to do a short photo series of fractals, with perspective as my theme. Fractals are patterns that are self-similar and infinitely detailed. They can be found in nature (Ex. fern) or created (Ex. my project).
MAT 105: Nature of Math
Fall 2020

Fractal Tree


This is a fractal tree project made using toothpicks, chopsticks, paint, hot glue, a picture, and a canvas. The artwork demonstrates how fractals form together to make creations such as a fractal tree.
MAT 105: Nature of Math
Fall 2020

The Jolly Turing Machine


I chose to not only demonstrate how the Turing Machine can be used in everyday life but also to provide a clear example of Chaos Theory. I created a code that a Turing Machine can read and based on it’s given rules, will spit out the notes of Jingle Bells
MAT 105: Nature of Math
Fall 2020

Math Creative Project: Fibonacci Blues


In this project I created a short jazz tune comprised of a few chord changes inspired by the Fibonacci Sequence. I used the Fibonacci Sequence numbers 0 through 13, and inserted the numbers as chord extensions or scale degree manipulations.
MAT 105: Nature of Math
Fall 2020

Slices of a Brain


This brain consists of slices of foam core cut using a laser cutter, generated by SlicerforFusion360. It represents 1st, 2nd, and 3rd dimensions and has a tumor which represents the applicability of taking slices of 3D objects, as done with MRI machines.
MAT 105: Nature of Math
Fall 2020

Nursery Rhymes Gone... Crazy


I took "Mary Had a Little Lamb" & "Twinkle Twinkle Little Star" and made different versions of them to get different reactions from my participants. The changes I made to the song go along with the idea of Chaos Theory.
MAT 105: Nature of Math
Fall 2020

Chaos Painting


For my project, I made two pendulum paintings. However, between the two paintings I made changes to how I made them to show Chaos, or the sensitive dependence on initial conditions.
MAT 105: Nature of Math
Fall 2020

The Golden Ratio of Horsemanship


For this project, I wanted to see if I could incorporate a math concept with my passion for horses. I decided to see if I could incorporate golden rectangles into a pattern to be performed on horseback.
MAT 105: Nature of Math
Fall 2020

The Brooksdale Witch: The Homework


I decided to write about topology for my creative project for math. I wanted to incorporate it into my cartoon series I am working on. Here, we see Betsy trying to teach a frustrated Malinda a spell about rearranging letters on a note to say other things
MAT 105: Nature of Math
Fall 2020

Chaos Cookies


This project demonstrates how the Chaos Theory can be found in everyday life! By changing the initial conditions in baking (such as temperature and spacing), you can drastically change the outcome of the product.
MAT 105: Nature of Math
Fall 2020

Deconstructing Van Gogh


I took Vincent Van Gogh's "Starry Night" and broke it down to run it through Conway's "Game of Life". I pixilated the image and adjusted the color pigments to select units for the simulation. It resulted in a whole new kind of starry night.
MAT 105: Nature of Math
Fall 2020

Turing Machine Color by Number


I chose to center my final project around art because I love art. Also it's something I knew I could make something great with. I used a Turing machine sequence to create an acrylic painting.
MAT 105: Nature of Math
Fall 2020

Chaos theroy baseball edition


I've created visual timelines to show the initial changes a pitch does with the grip of the baseball and the motion he throws the ball in to cause different movement as results of these changes. Chaos theory within baseball
MAT 105: Nature of Math
Fall 2020

The Golden Rectangle in Animation


I attempted to create a rendition of a famous character using Golden Rectangles. I also analyzed some famous characters and how the Golden Rectangle has been included in them and their aesthetic.
MAT 105: Nature of Math
Fall 2020

Standing Through Chaos


Our project connected pigeonhole principle and chaos theory to music and dance. We demonstrated pigeonhole principle by putting multiple singers on a part. We demonstrated chaos theory by using dance moves in the turing machine.
MAT 105: Nature of Math
Fall 2020

Spiraling: The Golden Spiral in Art


I created two pieces centered around the golden spiral. The spiral is based on the golden ratio, 1.618. I superimposed the spiral to show the relationship between the subject and the spiral. Medium: graphite on paper.
MAT 105: Nature of Math
Fall 2020

Chaos Theory with Lasers


To show Chaos Theory in action, we wanted to utilize a visual aid that could represent it well. Using an enclosure with mirrors, we can see that a laser will bounce endlessly if the path the laser travels is not perpendicular to the mirror.
MAT 105: Nature of Math
Fall 2020

The Golden Rectangle - Short Story


My project is a short story about Phi who doesn't that he's a golden rectangle so he goes on this adventure to find out. Along his adventure he finds out more about his identity and the unique properties of golden rectangles.
MAT 105: Nature of Math
Fall 2020

Colorful Creative Lights


First the code is given a random seed to start from a spot within a knob’s parameters. From there each neopixel is assigned an initial color depending on the seed then depending on which direction the knob is turned, the neopixels will change chaotically.
MAT 105: Nature of Math
Fall 2020

The Chaos Theory Shown Through Painting


I decided to use painting by numbers to show others how the Chaos Theory can be shown in a new and creative way.
MAT 105: Nature of Math
Fall 2020

The 180° Race


The 180° Race depicts the different characteristics of hyperbolic, spherical, and planar geometry. The competitors in The 180° Race compete on different tracks that exhibit the different attributes of each form of geometry.
MAT 105: Nature of Math
Fall 2020

The Golden Rectangle: Bringing Art to Life Aesthetically Through Mathematics


The Golden Rectangle is believed to hold a mathematical key to beauty. I used it to aid me as I drew this portrait. The Golden Rectangle was a guide as I figured the proportions, angle, and placing of the drawing.
MAT 105: Nature of Math
Fall 2020

Mathematical Melody


Mathematical Melody is a short piece of music composed with the help of the Fibonacci Sequence. The chords are based on the Fibonacci sequence itself and the melody was written to fit in with the chord progression. I hope you enjoy Mathematical Melody!
MAT 105: Nature of Math
Fall 2020

Fractal Jewelry


This project implements fractals made into jewelry as a way of demonstrating how mathematics can be used for aesthetic purposes.
MAT 105: Nature of Math
Fall 2020

"I Spy" Fractals!


My creative project is a nature drawling with fractals "hidden" within it. This shows are fractals are found all over nature and are self-similar and infinitely detailed.
MAT 105: Nature of Math
Fall 2020

The Turing Spiral


We created this project utilizing the Fibonacci spiral and chaos theory. specifically a turning machine. We did this to show the connection between math and art.
MAT 105: Nature of Math
Fall 2020

Chaos in Music


Using Chaos Theory and relative minor and major keys in music, I was able to create a song which demonstrated the butterfly effect. The song changes keys, which changed the outcome of the tone of the music.
MAT 105: Nature of Math
Fall 2020

Möbius Band Comparison


My partner, Andrew Pendleton, and I went to Hackberry Lab to explore all of the project ideas. We ended up using the 3D printer to create a 3D Möbius band and a 3D ring(cylinder shape) to show the differences between 1-sided and 2-sided objects.
MAT 105: Nature of Math
Fall 2020

Geometric Mobile


For one of my projects in MAT 324, I chose to create a mobile composed of different geometric figures. The shapes were put together using paper nets and then strung onto clear line to create the illusion of hanging in midair.
MAT 324: Geometry for the Middle Grades
Fall 2020

Lego Sandlot Stadium


The Lego Sandlot Stadium is a scale model of a youth baseball stadium. It was constructed by using a between ratio since I took my height and divided it by the height of the Lego to find a scale factor to use for the cardboard construction.
MAT 324: Geometry for the Middle Grades
Fall 2020

The Gingerbread House


For this project, I created a Gingerbread House using 5 different mathematical elements from class. The 5 elements are proportions, volume, dimensions, symmetry, and platonic solids.
MAT 324: Geometry for the Middle Grades
Fall 2020

Tessellation Squared


For this project, I was required to apply knowledge I had acquired throughout the semester. I used play-doh to create a patterned square tessellation using smaller squares that were scaled.
MAT 324: Geometry for the Middle Grades
Fall 2020

Sierpinski’s Carpet Cube


For my last project, I created a cube out of Sierpinski’s Carpet tiles of fabric. This is used to show fractals, dimensions, a platonic solid, surface area as well as explain what someone at each stage of the Van Hiele Theory would understand about it.
MAT 324: Geometry for the Middle Grades
Fall 2020

3D Design


In this project, we had to create a 3D design that encompassed 5 of the ideas/concepts that we discussed throughout the semester. For mine, I created a cube.
MAT 324: Geometry for the Middle Grades
Fall 2020

Ryinski's Triangle


My final project in MAT 324. I created my own fractal based off of Seirpinski's Triangle fractal. For a fractal to be a fractal is needs two requirements, self-similarity, and infinite detail. Ryinski's Triangle meets both of these requirements.
MAT 324: Geometry for the Middle Grades
Fall 2020

Mathematics Pendants


This project was a collection of two 3D printed pendants. The first is a Mobius Strip with a channel that allows the bail to move anywhere along the strip. The second is a Sierpinski Pyramid showing off fractal design.
MAT 324: Geometry for the Middle Grades
Fall 2020