The making of the “Neobombe” prototype (electronics)

So my group of friends and I exhibited our “Neobombe” prototype at the Singapore Maker Faire last weekend. After submitting our proposal more than two months ago, we managed to scrap together a working prototype. It is far from perfect and has a lot of room for improvement. Given more time and budget, we could […]

Project 50plus – deploying sensors

I deployed some sensors for an exhibition called “50plus” targeted at senior citizens above 50 years old that promoted active aging and was held at Singapore’s Suntec convention centre a few weeks ago. It was sponsored by the government and corporate sponsors who showcased their products and services. My company’s project¬†was a huge interactive installation […]

Proposal for Singapore maker faire – the “Neobombe”

So some of my friends and I (our group has a name – “Art Makes Us“) decided to take part in the Maker Faire in Singapore this year. It will be held a primary school in Tampines sometime early July. Here is our project description: “Neobombe” is a scientific artwork based on the Turing machine […]

The making of Stop Motion – my thoughts

This project took me the better part of six months. There are about 5000 lines of code. It is also my first commercial project when I was still wet-behind-the-ears after graduating from LASALLE. Because of this project, I gained a fair bit of confidence in programming skills, and would say that I have moved on […]