This amazing looking device is a quadcopter that was designed by me and my team at the University of Victoria. The project built completely from scratch using 3D printed parts, some cheap electronics, and a modified version of the AeroQuad software. For those interested in the technical specifications of the project, you should check out our team site. The purpose of the project was to create a DIY quadcopter for under $200 and push the limits of what the 3D printer in our laboratory can do.
See project page.
The Digital Telecine was a mechatronics project between my university colleague, Andrew Bornstein, and myself. This project was requisitioned by our client, Arthur Makosinski, who obtained a stack of old 28mm films from an auction but had no means of projecting them as the projectors for these films have been discontinued since the 1930′s. These films are valuable treasures that were printed as a form of education for students and were shown in Canadian schools, but over time are now starting to decay. The goal of this project is to transfer the analog film to a digital format so that the content can be saved for future generations to watch.
See the project page.
I’m currently working on adding more project content to my project pages. The plan is for me to finish writing my article on the digital telecine by the end of next week. Then hopefully I can start working on some games.