Augmented vision

The story behind the…vision.

Like thousands being born without 3d vision, I want to experience distance. I thought I have a hearing aid so why not a seeing aid?

What would it look like if I were to make a device that allowed me, or the user, to experience visual information in a new way? . . . → Read More: Augmented vision

Proposal: Augmented vision

As a child I was born with a condition called Coats disease. It left me blind in one eye and I have never known 3d sight. This gives me a unique “perspective.” (get it?) As a result, I had to have a couple of operations to stop it from getting worse and spreading to my . . . → Read More: Proposal: Augmented vision

And so it begins…

Hi everyone! Thank you for your unanimous decision with regards to my augmented vision project, it was very affirming to see your reactions. I wanted to start a dialogue as to my coding when I have my device up but also I am open to hardware choices also. Bellow is a list of ingredients I . . . → Read More: And so it begins…

Responsive Tech Project: The bendie arm, blinkie light, slevie wearable thingie

This project was my first attempt with the dreaded code writing learning curve. I wasn’t sure what to do so I started with the hard ware side of it. I was intrigued by the notion of a stretch sensor so I went to Creatron and found me a stretch sensor. They came in two lengths,3 . . . → Read More: Responsive Tech Project: The bendie arm, blinkie light, slevie wearable thingie

Bre Pettis; a wordy maker report by Greg McRoberts

Champions come in all forms and sizes, champions of justice, nature and branding to name a few. Bre Pettis, a champion of DIY electronics and cofounder of Makerbot industries, has created an open source 3d printer for the personal manufacturing of goods to improve lives. Have a broken light bracket? Print a new one . . . → Read More: Bre Pettis; a wordy maker report by Greg McRoberts

Greg McRoberts 12 -hour circuit

The Lateral Line Project: Wearable technology inspired by fish

 

 

Hi from Greg McRoberts

Hi everyone!

My name is Greg. I am a fourth year, industrial design student. I am totally hyped to be in this class! I only recently dove into the world of open source DIY electronics. Arduinos, Sanguinos, Lilypads, code…Bring it on! It is my hope to add another amazing skill to my library.

I like . . . → Read More: Hi from Greg McRoberts