Creating interactive experiences that people can engage with is the core of my design practice.  I believe prototypes should enable deep understanding into human preference.

Below are some of the over 20 microprocessor and embedded Linux systems that I've used to bring experiential interactions to life.  To realize specific systems, I connect these to a multitude of other hardware elements (LEDs, accelerometers, buttons, motors, etc.) that encompass inputs and outputs, sensors and feedback.  For communication, I've used a wide range of WiFi and Bluetooth based systems to connect these systems to apps, VR/AR, IoT systems, and more.  But, even with this variety, sometimes I design custom printed circuit boards for an even more refined prototype.  Many of the systems I designed were for clients at IDEO spanning medical devices, children's toys, interactive installations, and much more.