• Seebright

    by  • May 12, 2013 • 0 Comments

    I’ve been collecting drafts of posts of my latest exploits. I am pleased to announce the biggest of these projects: Seebright. Seebright is a company I’m cofounding with Kate Compton (www.galaxykate.com). We’re developing an affordable (read: cheap/cheaper) head mounted display that is open to multiple development pipelines. We’ll be exhibiting at this year’s Augmented...

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    THATCamp Games Kinect Workshop

    by  • January 18, 2012 • 0 Comments

    Hello all! I Hope you’re prepared to join the numerous hackers that are gearing up for the launch of the Kinect for Windows platform. I’ll be presenting the key concepts behind the Kinect, along with some compelling applications in games for THATCamp Games, hosted at the Maryland Institute for Technology in the Humanities on...

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    Techno-bliss and Word Processors

    by  • May 18, 2011 • 0 Comments

    Word processing is a huge deal, with Microsoft struggling to maintain the power and necessity of offline applications in the face of Google Doc’s cloud-based approach. Alex Jarvis describes a solution using a java app called JDarkRoom and the ever popular DropBox in an article on ProfHacker, a column about technology and “hacks” in...

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    Inventing the Future of Games 2011

    by  • April 16, 2011 • 0 Comments

    I was happy to attend and be a part of the future of games yesterday in Milpitas, California at the launch of the Games and Playable Media Center at UC Santa Cruz. I was there demoing an application, SpyFeet, which I created a video for: Future of Games: Driving Innovation with Technology Research I’m...

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    Literary Crossdressing

    by  • May 31, 2010 • 2 Comments

    "There was once a girl who lived in a small village by the sea. She was in many ways like all the other girls in the village, except for her desire to fly. One day, when she was sitting on the cliffs watching the stars and the lights in the sky, her imagination filled...

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    Destroying Interdisciplinary Myths

    by  • May 28, 2010 • 0 Comments

    A hack is a clever way to overcome existing resistances and thus expose the potential for more. I once toured MIT and was introduced to a few such famous “hacks,” including one where a police car was reassembled on the roof of a building. Though this has no immediate relation to the popular idea...

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    Renewal

    by  • February 5, 2010 • 0 Comments

    The site has been suffering a little over the past few days, and I should have checked it more frequently. For the moment, I’ll cherry pick the old blog entries as I set up the new structure of the site. I’m looking to migrate the organization completely over to Flex, retaining this version for...

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