Just some of the stuff I've made over the last few years.
Made for VandyHacks
Made for UGAHacks 2018.
Raspberry Pi Surveillance
Made for the Georgia Tech Research Insitituite
Made for UGAHacks 2017
Made for HACKGT2
Made for NCR internship
Made for HackGT1
Made for Mrs. Rackley
Hobby during high school
Stuff I made in high school
The first computer I ever built
One of my biggest passions
Made for HackGSU
Made for my CS 1331 class
Just one of the projects for my classes.
Just something I did for fun.
A useful Alexa skill.
This was project where we made an Alexa skill with Mint. It would allow users to check their finances with their Echo. It was secure because we used Usher, a service for signing in, and a passcode. This project won Best FinTech Hack.
Over Summer and Winter break, I designed websites for people. I would use Django and Flask as a CMS. This helped me learn about HTML/CSS.
Date: Deecember 2017
Category: Personal Growth
Raspberry Pi Surveillance
This was my project for the Georgia Tech Research Institute.
During my senior year of high school, I worked at the Georgia Tech Research Institute as an intern. For this project my group decided to use the Robot Operating System on multiple Raspberry Pi's to monitor a room. A user could access a portal which would allow them to get a live view of the room as well as the humidity and temperature.
Date: September 2015 - May 2016
The project that got me my first hackathon W.
This was a basic iOT project we made for our hackathon at UGA. For this project, we used an Arduino with a Raspberry Pi to help a user wake up earlier or later based on the traffic and road delays for their morning commute. It was the first time we had implemented Google's Distance Matrix and the first time we won a hackathon. I worked with Braxton Baynard and Brian Cabigon on this fun project.
Date: Spring 2017
This was my project for HackGT 2017.
For this project, I worked with Aska Hughes, Brian Cabigon, and Braxton Mclean. We made a medical device that detected early signs of Prostate and Testicular Cancer. The device would send this data to a phone app which would analyze it as well as teach a user about Sex-Ed. We got unofficial 2nd place from Siemens for their helathcare hack competition.
Date: Fall 2017
For my internship at NCR.
The Summer before Junior year of High School, I worked at NCR for an internship. At this internship I got my first taste of web-developemnt. I worked on a project where a worker would be able to scan a QR code from an NCR machine that was broken, and that QR code would help them find the proper section fo the manual for that device. I helped with Responsive Design.
Date: Summer 2014
My first ever hackathon project.
This was my first ever hackathon project. For this project, I worked with Python, Flask, and Twilio to create an interface that would help users find the nearest vacant parking lot.
Date: Fall 2016
Fun school project.
I made this as a gift for one of the teachers in my high school, Mrs. Rackley. She taught me AP Environmental Science and wrote my senior reccomendation letter. I made her a simple arduino device that would display the temperature, time, and humidity of the environemnt on a small LCD screen.
This was my biggest hobby in high school.
During my free time, I really got into making videos. I taught myself to video edit and make cheap film equipemnt with PVC pipes. In High school, I was captian of the Digital Video Production team for our Technology Student Association Club. You can still find some of my old videos on YouTube. We won a few prizes for making videos. I've linked one of my videos above.
Category: High School Clubs
One of the classes I took at GSMST.
During high school, I took a course for 3D modeling. It was taught by Mr. Boyette in 3DS Max. Above is one of the projects I made myself. It is a chess board that I modeled and skinned myself. I have been wanting to get back into it, but my MacBook cannot handle 3DS max.
Date: Junior Year of High School
My First and only (so far) PC build.
This was the first PC I ever built. I spent $150 bucks on a new processor a new case. I used hard-drives from old computers to make it. I made a NAS box that I could access from anywhere.
Date: Senior Year of High School
Category: Personal Entertainment
A passion of mine since middle school.
I did robotics since the beginning of middle school to the end of high school. At one point, my team was ranked internationally for VEX in high school. I was the programmer and one of the primary drivers for the robot. Here is a picture of us winning the state championship.
Date: All the time
My project for HackGSU.
I worked with Brendon Machado, Bryan Liang, and Aska Hughes for this project. We designed an online version of the popular game, Werewolf. Werewolf is a role playing game that we felt could be better played online. Brendon and I worked on the back-end with Socket.io while Aska and Bryan worked on the front-end.
Date: January 2017
My first project at Georgia Tech.
This was the first project I worked on for my intro to Java CS class. Currently, it can not be found on my GitHub because the professor asked us to keep our repos private. It was my first time using various programming concepts to push a full fledged game. It analyzed moves in PGN format to let users know the final position of each piece as well as where each game was played.
Date: Fall 2017
Client: Chris Simpkins
This is the video for my Korean Project.
During my first year at Georgia Tech, I took Korean. During this class, we had to make a project where we did something related to Korean class. My friends and I decided to create a sort of variety show. Our video is posted above.
Date: Fall 2017
Client: 오 선생님
During UGA Hacks 2018, we worked on a device that helps someone monitor how much their friends drink by using wristbands. When someone drinks, the DD (Designated Driver) updates that on their phone. When they reach their limit, the LEDs on their wristband light up. It helps people from drinking too much. We used Raspberry Pi's and MQTT protocol to complete this hack. It was tough to complete because UGA doesn't have the best wireless internet.