Rosa Wheelen

A sophomore at Berry College, majoring in Creative Technologies with a minor in Computer science and entrepreneurship.

Pong


This is Pong controlled by rotary encoders. I got a lot of help with the code using Dan Shiffman's video on PONG :)(https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IIrC5Qcb2G4&t=89s)
CSC 235: Physical Computing
Spring 2020

The Hygiene Hotel


A cleaner way to store your toothbrush, along with many other bathroom products. Currently made out of foam core because of limitations. I’m planning on remaking it once I have access to more materials.
CRT 101: Introduction to Prototyping
Spring 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

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

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

The Third Slot


A personally designed ID holder that can carry up to THREE different cards at one time.
CRT 101: Introduction to Prototyping
Fall 2019