Jack Connally

Jack Connally is a senior at Berry College, majoring in Creative Technologies with a minor in Creative Writing. He is most interested in woodworking and hardware design.

The Household Facemask


This project is a simple facemask you would use in public to avoid catching COVID-19 in the ongoing pandemic. The mask is entirely made of common household items as an example of how someone could protect themselves with what they have around.
CRT 320: Advanced Robotics
Spring 2020

Mini Robot Arm


This project is a mini robotic arm constructed using servos and a frame of laser cut acrylic pieces. The project was built using an Instructable guide. The robot arm is powered by code programmed into an Arduino Uno.
CRT 320: Advanced Robotics
Spring 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

DJ Bot


DJ Bot is a rhythmic robot that lights up and dances in tune with music played in its vicinity. Built as a fun desk topper, DJ Bot has multiple layers on interactivity making use of sound sensors, servos, and neopixels.
CSC 235: Physical Computing
Spring 2019

Bouncer


Bouncer is a single player reaction game created using LED lights and two buttons in a circuit. The objective of the game is to hit the button on either side as the LED on each side lights up.
CSC 235: Physical Computing
Spring 2019

The Master Seat


The Master Seat is a stool made using wood slices and threaded rods. The stool features the symbol of the video game franchise Halo across all the slices. The stool shape and the Halo symbol were custom rendered in Fusion 360.
CRT 399: Intermediate Design Studio
Fall 2019

Chibi Kart


The Chibi Kart is a miniature electric go-kart constructed using pre-fabricated 80/20 aluminum pieces and a rechargeable motor. This project was constructed using an Instructable as a guide. The frame of the kart was tapped and assembled from scratch.
CRT 330: Vehicles
Fall 2019

BottleBoards


Bottleboards is a plastic extruder that melts recyclable HDPE and Polyproylene into a plastic composite brick to be used as construction materials. The project’s purpose was to reduce plastic waste while providing a usable material out of recycled plastic
CRT 399: Intermediate Design Studio
Fall 2019

Hackberry Multicade


The Hackberry MultiCade is a countertop wooden arcade cabinet made using a raspberry pi and the software program retropie. The cabinet features 100+ games on the machine, with the ability to add more later.
CRT 101: Introduction to Prototyping
Spring 2018

GLOWBE


Glowbe is an interactive lamp with a “joystick” structure and a light that fades in and out as it transitions to different colors. It is designed as a lava lamp equivalent or alternative.
CRT 101: Introduction to Prototyping
Spring 2018

D.I.Y. Headphone Stand


The D.I.Y headphone stand is a simple wooden stand to place headphones or gaming headsets on when they are not in use, so that they are not lost or misplaced. This project was inspired and based off of an Instructable guide I found online.
CRT 300: Rapid & Improvisational Prototyping
Fall 2018

House Sigils


House Sigils is an art piece of the different house emblems from the popular TV show Game of Thrones. This art piece was meant to go in my dorm room as a cool addition to my wall as a fan of the show.
CRT 300: Rapid & Improvisational Prototyping
Fall 2018