BLE Connected Display: Window Weather

Concept People look up weather on the web rather than look outside the window; people get to know how they perform in their daily activities and health status in a tiny screen rather than looking themselves in the mirror. People get…

People look up weather on the web rather than look outside the window; people get to know how they perform in their daily activities and health status in a tiny screen rather than looking themselves in the mirror. People get all…

Midterm: AcneTracker

Code on GitHub Concept I always have acnes on my face. Once I heard that if an acne keeps appear at one location, the inflammation might not be recovered underneath your skin when the acne recovered from outside. According to…

AOAC Midterm Ideas

idea 1: Acne Tracker I always have acnes on my face. Once I heard that if an acne keeps appear at one location, the inflammation might not be recovered underneath your skin when the acne recovered from outside. According to…

Regret Meter App Wireframes

All of us have daily regrets. Some are huge while some are less significant. I designed an app that keeps track of how many days you will get over of each of your regrets, and uses the number of day…

My phone becomes an extension of me. It’s the keyhole through which I can take a peek of the outside world. It’s the pipe through which I can talk with my family despite of distance. It’s the diary which I…

Since I commute everyday and I’m always wondering if I should switch to the express trains or stay on the local trains, I am thinking about a project that explores how much faster is expresses over locals. The reason why…

I used the New York Times Article Search API v2 to get all the keywords related to “Beijing” with a glocations keyword of “BEIJING (CHINA)”. Use UP and DOWN key to navigate through years. Code is here.

For the Dome at the Lower Eastside Girls Club, I created an experience of Disney Space Mountain roller coaster in Processing by tweaking Daniel Shiffman’s example of random starfield. The music is from Space Mountain too. From my experience, it’s kind of…

I used a static version of Ambit data from Into The Okavango api and visualize the heart rates in different times for each expedition member, Steve, GB and John. You can use your mouse as a controller for time and press…