I'm a student at Princeton University thinking about technological interfaces and different ways people can interact with them to arrive at new conclusions. I aspire to use code, design, data, and new ideas to make people's communities at least marginally nicer to be in.
An augmented reality application for accessible programming and robotics education.
Founding, designing, and organizing the first ever reverse hackathon for students.
Nighttime desert drone-hunting virtual reality experience for the Oculus Rift.
Examining web login dependencies on US and Chinese websites.
Procedural generation of landscapes, guided by audio input.
A personal time interface for the Apple Watch.
Redesigning the Pioneer 10 and 11 plaque for expressive extraterrestrial communication.
Rethinking the experience of a popular peer-to-peer payments app.
Reverse engineering material design into a physical form.
Website for the Princeton Visual Arts juniors' virtual art exhibition.
Putting four voice assistants in an infinitely looping conversation.
Siri's imagined presence on the 1984 Macintosh.
Design for the Princeton University Band's 100th anniversary album.