Along with being a photographer, I'm an Electrical Engineer. I've worked with hobby electronics since early high school, and below I've written pages on a few of my projects.
Click the "Read more" button to see a more in-depth article about each project.
I made a sports scoreboard that adds a point when a T-Pose is detected and subtracts a point if a surrender cobra pose is detected. The Raspberry Pi and Arduino are powered by a Ryobi battery. It is my largest 3D printed project to-date, and my first machine learning project outside of school.
Freelance LED Sign
I worked with VisionTech LED Solutions to make a custom animated hexagon LED sign. I designed, fabricated, and programmed the controllers and power distribution system for the more than 3200 individually addressable LED's inside of the sign. The project was installed behind the welcome desk for a large company at one of their storefronts.
These are projects that I've done that either didn't take very long, or aren't big enough to deserve their own page. I learned a lot from most of these projects, as small projects are often my way of testing ideas before implementing them in a "real" project.