Media Artist, Educator, Maker of Things
A cheap and handy ultrasound generator for testing bat detectors.
A collaboratively-developed bat detector based on a Teensy microcontroller and MEMS microphone capsule.
I’ve been testing a few XLR to 3.5mm adapters that contain a circuit to convert 12-48v phantom power to low-voltage “plug-in power”.
I modified a 16mm film synchronizer to add an audible footage counter. This helps me spool down large loads of … + More
Documentation of my experiments using inexpensive microphone capsules to record ultrasound signals.
My step-by-step guide to DIY contact microphones: Cheap, simple & durable.
Magnetic mounts make swapping gel panels a “snap”!
My method for storing resistors, which I arrived at after years of suffering through other methods.
Documentation of the 16mm Film to HD Transfer System I built for Cooper Union Art School.
After a recent workbench redesign I built an articulating lamp that I could position anywhere on the work surface.
A collection of information about short-range FM radio transmitters, including hacking advice.
In 2015 there are still people who love the tactility of editing 16mm film by hand. Here’s how to sync digital audio to a Steenbeck flatbed editor.