In High School, some friends and I created a Robotics club for Junior High School Students.
A study in wearable computing by students at Harvey Mudd College
A Robot made from Vex that can aim and shoot rubber bands
An electronic trombone that uses the internal capacitance of the trombones' slide to change the pitch of a signal.
Freshman year, Hayden Hatch basically lived in Platt Campus Center. So we brought his entire room inside to make it easier for him.
A campus-wide rube goldberg machine built by students
The Pelamis wave energy converter is a novel power system that harnesses the energy in oceanic surface waves. A simplified, small-scale prototype of this device was constructed with the omission of the pneumatic system.
This will hold the content from my experiences abroad.
This was the second of three competitions that ESW of Harvey Mudd College created.
Note the awesome poster.
I designed this in High School, and finally made it from Rubberstamps.net in College. It's used on the assignments I work really hard, understanding that the graders will still find things I've done completely wrong.
I hate most business cards. First, I hate the fact that they are called "Business Cards". I don't want a card for my "Business", I want a card for me. The idea is ancient and the basic elements have ...
For E80 (Experimental Engineering) at Harvey Mudd College, four of us worked on a system analysis of a Claremont bridge. This ended with a presentation using the attached set of slides.
A phone app that replaces 'clickers'
Optimize business names, article headlines, website copy, and other text that you can't split test after launch.
Raise money for a charity of your choice while you browse the web!
Crowdsourcing to get high quality articles written for a very low price.
We got tired looking for things to do in SF, so we wrote a spider that crawls all the event sites.