Emily Kaszubowski

Hello! Animal Science major with minors in chemistry and creative technologies! class of 2022

Mighty Mouse


Ergonomic practice in the making of a new computer mouse. This project involved Fusion 360 design, clay modeling, extensive sanding and spray painting.
CRT 360: Advanced Prototyping
Spring 2021

Pop Art PCB


An exercise in making fun PCB's! I chose a block of cheese and made an off state, a static state (yellow), a moldy animation (blue spots randomly appearing), and a melting animation.
CRT 360: Advanced Prototyping
Spring 2021

MIDI Mixer


A light up music mixer! This project included making the PCB, programming the code to work with Audiotool, lighting up the buttons and thinking up a jolly good tune!
CRT 360: Advanced Prototyping
Spring 2021

Heavy Metal


A lamp building exercise with metal. After designing the box in Fusion 360 with image cutouts that portray a story, the stencil was cut into metal by the plasma cutter.
CRT 360: Advanced Prototyping
Spring 2021

GamePad - Leo's Day at the Vet


A fun coding project where we made our own video game. PCB's were made along with hardware installation of buttons, screen and joystick. The main point of the game is to find Leo's favorite treat without getting caught by the receptionist or the vet!
CRT 360: Advanced Prototyping
Spring 2021

Corona Cure


This game is a pac-man style game. It includes a mad doctor trying to solve the corona pandemic one paper cure at a time. The goal of the game is to collect all the paper that has the cure on it and keep away from the virus!
CSC 103: Creative Computing
Spring 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