Still Life Drawing

January 25th, 2010 § 0

I did some still-life pencil drawings in Anglo-Chinese School (Independent) for four years.

Will be available once I find some samples and upload them.

Art Enrichment in ACS

January 25th, 2010 § 0

I did other work such as collage and relief printing, through enrichment programs during Sec 2 and 1 respectively in Anglo-Chinese School (Independent).

[flickr]photo:4299917141(medium)[/flickr]

More will be available once I find some samples and upload them.http://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/4299917141/

Water Gonna Do?

January 21st, 2010 § 0

51-711 Graduate Design Studio 1

Granny Home Activity Monitor Simulator

January 21st, 2010 § 0

05-344 Applied Machine Learning

Project for course Applied Machine Learning. I used the dataset provided from Kasteren et al. 2008 about activity recognition in a smart home to train a classifer using a decision tree. To test the classifier, I developed this simulator using a Java game engine (Golden T Game Engine).


Game simulator for smart home activity recognition

References

  • Golden T Game Engine. www.goldenstudios.or.id . Retrieved 16 December 2008.
  • Kasteren, T.L.M., Noulas, A. K., Englebienne, G., Kröse, B.J.A. Accurate Activity Recognition in a Home Setting. In Proc. Ubicomp 08. Seoul, South Korea, 2008.

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Digital Stress Bell

January 21st, 2010 § 0

05-833 Applied Gadgets, Sensors and Activity Recognition in HCI
For a course, I built a soft, squeezable “stress ball” with physiological sensors, a PSoC
microcontroller, and a Bluetooth chip to measure various physiological signals and
communicated the information to a computer. The development went from breadboard prototyping to a custom PCB implementation.

Digital Stressbell

Gadget project developed for a course. Combines the concept of a stressball, dumb bell (shape), and a sound emitting "bell". It is meant to sense various physiological signals to determine if the user is stressed.
Processor
- Programmable System on Chip (PSoC)
Sensors:
- Flex sensors to detect squeezing
- Thermistor to detect palm temperature
- Electrical contacts to measure galvanic skin response (GSR) - a measure of arousal
- Heart rate (oximeter) - didn't really get this to work
Outputs
- LEDs
- LCD display
- Bluetooth output to computer (that has a custom written oscilloscope program and data logger)
- audio
Gadget project developed for a course. Combines the concept of a stressball, dumb bell (shape), and a sound emitting "bell". It is meant to sense various physiological signals to determine if the user is stressed. Processor - Programmable System on Chip (PSoC) Sensors: - Flex sensors to detect squeezing - Thermistor to detect palm temperature - Electrical contacts to measure galvanic skin response (GSR) - a measure of arousal - Heart rate (oximeter) - didn't really get this to work Outputs - LEDs - LCD display - Bluetooth output to computer (that has a custom written oscilloscope program and data logger) - audio

Digital Stressbell v2

Digital Stressbell v2

Digital Stressbell v1

Digital Stressbell v1

Digital Stressbell

Digital Stressbell

Digital Stressbell

Digital Stressbell

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Innkeepe

January 21st, 2010 § 0

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COMS 501 Software Engineering (Spring 2006). I led a team of 6 students to develop a Property Management System for Small Hotels and Bed & Breakfasts. I was also heavily involved in the back-end design, implementation, testing, and documentation.

Cell-u-lite

January 21st, 2010 § 0

Spreadsheet program I did in my 1st semester (Fall 2003) in Cornell for the course COMS 211 Computers and Programming. Coding it was fun since I drew a lot of ideas from ShapeShifter to add extra features, but that took a lot of time.

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