I installed a GoPro on my window to take a time lapse video. I wanted to take 24hours of video at first, but I ended up taking 14hours of shooting. I installed the camera looking toward outside. I hardly look outside through this window, so it was really interesting to observe how it looks. At the […]
At first, I decided to make a bot that uploads an image produced by Processing based on chats with the bot(Yes/No bot) I made last week. I was trying to analyze users’ answers and then convert it to colors. However, I found it so difficult to send the data analyzed by the bot to Processing. […]
I tried to observe as many connectors as possible this week. Then I found out that we are living in a world full of connectors-both physically and conceptually. These are some connectors we can easily find around our everyday lives. These jumper cables connect micro controller to breadboard. In fact, they are actually connecting my […]
I have always enjoyed using modules because modules are repetitive. Repetition is a very powerful tool, it creates patterns, rules and rhythms. No matter how small and minute at the first time, if it is repeated, it becomes bigger and stronger.
I build a bot that responds to direct messages. I got the idea from Ask Eight Ball, which I used to play with when I was young. It gives random answers to any(and only) yes-no questions. Also, when the user says thank you, it will respond for that too. Tweets by week3chatbot
Today I visited a couple of lighting stores around Canal street. One was “The Lighthouse” and the other one was called “Lighting by Gregory”. There were many different kinds of lightings in stores. This photo is from The Lighthouse. There were lots of chandeliers. But I prefer Lighting by Gregory. They had simpler lights. I […]
YAMAY is an app that provides recipes based on your kitchen. It is mostly composed of simple, easy-to-cook, everyday menus. PROBLEM: I always loved to cook, and I often used to cook nice dishes that takes a long time. But after I moved to New York, I started cooking something simple and fast instead. That is because, first, I […]
I made a digital candle with Neopixel. I also connected digital microphone sensor to make a candle’s own interaction – blowing. I put the light in a jar within thin papers. If you blow on the sensor outside, the candle will turn off.
I don’t remember which station was it, but I remember the light there. There were stained glass and lights came through them. Because of the colored glasses, it shined in different colors. The light softly came to the ground and the train. Also the train looked new and shiny, it reflected some lights.
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