I’ve done a lot of projects over the years, and I’m finally getting around to documenting some of them …
A four-legged Theo Jansen “Strandbeest” walking mechanism.
A set of topics relating to color science and colorimetry.
A study of how visual perception (especially depth perception) would change if we lived in a relatively small spherical universe.
A low-cost, simple Segway-style self-balancing device made from off-the-shelf parts.
A device that casts 3D shadows.
Complex behavior of multiple interacting light-seeking “head” mechanisms.
Work I created after retirement while being a nondegree undergraduate ‘senior’ in the College of Fine and Applied Arts at the University of Illinois, 2010-2013.
A project I did with my wife’s K-1 class at University Primary School, Feb 2012.
A numerical method for solving nonlinear equations, and the graphical investigations leading to my Design by Algorithm work.
BLIFNAR stands for “blinky lights for no apparent reason.” It is a device that charges in the sun all day and flashes eight LEDs all night. It is also known in the BEAM Robotics community as an octal “Pummer.”
Jumps to my Design by Algorithm website. I exhibited math-based artwork at weekend art fairs throughout the Midwest for 25 years (1990-2015).