Clay Jones

Senior CRT Major with a minor in Web development and Business.

Toolbox PC


This project was made in order to make a portable low end gaming desktop that I could carry with me to LAN parties. All the parts were sourced second hand from thrift stores or friends. This solution was perfect because it only cost me about $30 to create
CRT 300: Rapid & Improvisational Prototyping
Spring 2020

Portable Bluetooth Boombox


For this project, I created a very loud Bluetooth "boombox." My topic was music and my challenge was to make it portable. The motivation behind this project was to make a cheaper, louder speaker than one you can buy.
CRT 300: Rapid & Improvisational Prototyping
Spring 2020

Cevian Covid-19 Temperature Sensor


Using an ESP32 and a DS18B20 temperature sensor, our Covid-19 Temperature sensor displays the patient's temperature on a monitor outside their room for medical workers and also sends an email to the patient's family with updates on how they are doing.
CRT 320: Advanced Robotics
Spring 2020

Useless Box


Every time you flip the switch, the lights turn off. At the same time an arm attached to a servo comes out and flip the switch back on so the device can never be turned off. All the electronics are programmed on an Arduino and it is run on a power bank.
CRT 300: Rapid & Improvisational Prototyping
Spring 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

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

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

Couch Potato


The couch potato was created so that you can play your desktop in bed. It is essentially a lap desk with a cut out for the keyboard, a built in mouse pad, built in speakers, and of course RGB under glow. The desk is made of plywood and has a foam material
CRT 300: Rapid & Improvisational Prototyping
Spring 2019

Ultrasonic Pong


Ultrasonic pong is an interactive way to play pong. One player uses the keyboard to control their paddle and the other uses an ultrasonic sensor. Basically you hold up a paddle or you hand and move it up and down and this corresponds to paddle movement on
CSC 235: Physical Computing
Spring 2019

Black Mirror


This is a smart display I made for a hackathon I used an android tablet and smooth acrylic to make the smart mirror. I programmed a clock into the tablet using processing. The mirror effect was created using two pieces of black acrylic in the frame.
CRT 399: Intermediate Design Studio
Spring 2019

Portable Wireless Charger


This is a portable wireless charger made from upcycled wood and utilizes a 13,00mAh USB power bank for charging. The wooden enclosure has a stand that is hinged and held magnetically in place on the back of the device.
CRT 300: Rapid & Improvisational Prototyping
Spring 2019

OttoCart


This project was created in a vehicles class. The task was to program a self driving golf cart using a GPS sensor and a camera. We were able to make the golf cart move in a straight line using the camera. With the GPS we made it go to coordinates.
CRT 330: Vehicles
Fall 2019