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Interactive tabletop simulation-game presented at NYC Media Lab Summit for AMC Networks on 'Synthetic Media & The Future of Storytelling'
Neural networks trained in Unity's ML-Agents reinforcement learning platform and ported to TensorflowJS.
A series of playfully impractical lenses and an interactive drawing application gives audience members a way to intuitively engage with optics and the phenomenon of refraction.
A new search vehicle for the Library of Congress' unfathomably massive photo archive, this experiment uses the analog of a roadtrip as a search through these collections.
As part of Google Summer of Code in 2018, I made a number of usability improvements to the p5.js open-source creative coding library, with the goal of easing the transition from coding in a 2D environment to a 3D environment for a beginner coder.
The project for Data x Design 2019 reimagines routes through the city as tracks on a musical sequencer, drawing on New York City's open geo-spacial data (of trees, subway entrances, wifi access points, etc.) as notes on these tracks.
...in which I use advanced imaging technology on a painted lady butterfly to engage museum-goers as citizen-scientists.
An exploration into the affordances of voice recognition in virtual reality, in which audiences are invited to experience the frustration and disappointment that comes with unlimited power.
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Everything Library by David O'Reilly