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Here are some of the projects I've worked on in the past years (ordered chronologically). Some were part of my undergradute courses at GT or graduate courses at Stanford while others were developed during hackathons.


sushibot (Winter 2017)

As part of a mechatronics course series at Stanford (ME 218B), we designed an autonomous mobile robot to compete against other robots in a capture-the-flag style competition.

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Physical Manipulation of Virtual Holograms Using Object Proxies (Spring 2017)

As part of a Computer Vision course at Stanford (CS 231A), we proposed using physical objects as proxies to manipulate virtual holograms. A probabilistic tracking algorithm was implemented.

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Interactive Flipbooks (Fall 2016)

As part of a mechatronics course series at Stanford (ME 218A), we developed a set of interactive flipbooks that invited users to see its story.

Watch a video here.

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Myroscope front view

AuriMED: Myroscope (Spring 2015)

A device capable of making an incision in the eardrum and delivering an ear tube all in one step. Designed for moving the surgery from the operating room to the clinic.

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TouchMusic glove topview

TouchMusic (Spring 2015)

The TouchMusic glove is a wearable gadget that enables a music lover to physically experience their favorite songs. The glove does this by decoding a song's rhythm and melody to construct patterns to vibrate into the hand.


Scribbler docking

Image-Based Visual Servoing (Spring 2015)

Image-Based Visual Servoing (IBVS) for docking a Scribbler robot at a specified landmark location


Hapmotu and screen

Hapmotu (Fall 2014)

Glove with haptic vibration feedback for interacting with on-screen objects using a LeapMotion.

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AirLift (Spring 2013)

AirLift is a low cost safety addition to laparoscopic surgery that reduces injury caused by primary trocar insertion.

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