I am currently a fifth year PhD student at Stanford University in the shape lab, advised by Prof. Sean Follmer. My research interests are in the use of tangible interfaces to support design. In particular, I am interested in advancing accessible Making for people with visual impairments.
Through a combination of iterative prototyping and human centered design, I am developing workflows to support people with visual impairments in designing 3D models and prototyping with electronics. Through more controlled studies, I look to understand human perception to inform the design of these new interfaces.
This is a summary of some of the work I did throughout my undergraduate studies.