I took my first programming class, “Introduction to Python”, in 2011. The final exam involved making a maze game, and the big class project was to make an animation. I was pleasantly surprised to see how enjoyable it was.
I went on to work at the ETLab making virtual reality animations and learning more programming from the excellent leaders of the lab, Corey Shum and Mark.
I left the ETLab to attend Georgia Tech studying Human-Computer Interaction. I completed some sonification and Arduino projects using my programming skills.
- Animation – created sprites that moved along lines of color that a person could draw
- Maze game – our final exam involved creating a maze that a player could move their character through while having to avoid monsters and not walk through the walls
- Virtual Reality – programmed some simple animations to display in a VR cave
- Communication Necklace
- Sonification of Human Movement
- Transcription Joystick
- Cat harness