Mary Walters

Senior Creative Technologies Major from Buford, GA.

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

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

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

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

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

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