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Phosphorescent message card

by on Feb.02, 2014, under My gadgets

Visualize hidden message with a phosphorescent card.
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Google Glass controlled flashlight

by on Dec.05, 2013, under Uncategorized

This is an updated version of flashlight on Google Glass. This flashlight get power and control signal from Glass’s micro-usb Port. A glassware can be voice activated to toggle the flashlight. However USB OTG (USB host) function requires root in XE11. More information on Github: https://github.com/DeqingSun/USB_flashlight_Glass Photo Dec 05, 1 34 58 AM Photo Dec 05, 1 33 37 AM (continue reading…)
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Plastic push-in rivets fastened laser-cut box

by on Nov.24, 2013, under Uncategorized

This is a laser-cut acrylic box that fastened by plastic push-in rivet. 00_pic_all (continue reading…)
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ftdi processing

by on Oct.07, 2013, under Uncategorized

A recompiled JD2XX library that can work with processing. Using FTDI API can send and receive data at a much higher speed than Virtual Com Port. This works well with Arduino Duemilanove (ft232).   JD2XX4Processing orginal:http://bleyer.org/jd2xx/
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Google glass talks to Arduino and Raspberry Pi

by on Jul.09, 2013, under My gadgets

Use Google glass voice command to control a LED on Arduino and Raspberry Pi via XMPP messages. Try it: bareboneglass.appspot.com  Source code: github.com/DeqingSun/bare_glass_app ArduinoXMPP (continue reading…)
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Directional Speakers

by on Jan.25, 2013, under My gadgets

This speaker modulates audible sound on ultrasonic signal and send the modulated sound in a beam through the array of piezo speakers. The sound will be demodulated with the non-linearity of air itself and can be heard right in front of  the speaker. The case is made by laser-cut cherry wood. A small laser diode is used to indicate the path of sound. Full_Front[1] (continue reading…)
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Branch Light

by on Jan.25, 2013, under My gadgets

assembled[1] Branch Light is designed as a new form of mood light. Normally mood light is a single light or a light strip that you can not change it’s shape easily. This modular mood light units use magnets to connect each other so they can be rearranged easily. It is ideal for decoration under table or on vertical surface like refrigerator. The magnetic connection provides mechanical, power and signal connetion. (continue reading…)
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Inferential 3D Scanner with Goldfish

by on Oct.11, 2012, under Uncategorized

Project made for Kyle McDonald’s 3D Sensing and Visualization class, ITP Fall of 2012. By Deqing Sun and Tak Cheung. This first class assignment, we were asked to build a 3D sensor from scratch. The concept came from brainstorming what devices are available to detect space. Off-the-shelf sensors like a laser range finders can gather distance and implementing this within a matrix we can create a set of 3D data. We thought sensory inputs are also inherent in every living organism too. There’s a lot we can do with that concept like putting a GPS collar on dogs. Using their travel paths to scan out pedestrian sidewalks over time. We chose goldfish as they’re conveniently swimming in a 3 dimensional medium and for their bright color it’ll be easy for our program/camera to pick them out. (continue reading…)
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Touchable Objects

by on May.10, 2012, under Uncategorized

To be updated.
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Plinko Poetry

by on Apr.30, 2012, under Uncategorized

Plinko Poetry is a new interface for electronic poetic expression by Deqing Sun and Inessah Selditz, two Master’s Candidate students at NYU’s Interactive Telecommunications Program. Drawing source text from current @nytimes and @FoxNews tweets, players can absurdly re-contextualize news headlines that are often overloaded with meaning. (continue reading…)
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