Over several years, Harvey Mudd students have developed Computer Science Departments web submission system. It is used to manage homework files and grading for several courses at Harvey Mudd, and is beginning to be used at other schools, such as UC Riverside.Summer 2010, I worked with Cori McElwain, Ben Normoyle, and Jordan Ezzell to improve the system.Cori and I designed and developed a new grader interface (pictured), which allows graders to annotate specific lines of the file. You can try a live demo of this system here.
The summer before senior year of high school, I participated in a Saturday Academy Apprenticeship in Science and Engineering internship. This is the t-shirt graphic I designed. The "ASE" was done with Autodesk Inventor. I also hid ASCII in the design.
In Spring 2010, Josh Ehrlich, Daniel Lubarov, and I built a prototype website for some CGU students hoping to start a company which rendered vendors' furniture in 3D in a browser. They wanted a website which would allow users to model their own room and place 3D models of the vendors' furniture in that room to see how it might look in real life. The website we built uses Google O3D (unfortunately now deprecated) to render the room and furniture. We hoped the CGU students could use this website as a proof-of-concept implementation to sell their idea to furniture vendors.
For a Highschool physics project, I built a circuit that varies a current to a infrared LED based on input to an electret microphone. A second circuit that is not connected to the first receives the signal with an infrared photoresistor and changes it back into a signal that is then played through a speaker.