Explorer was developed in collaboration with the Astronomy department at the University of St Andrews to help teach visitors how the James Gregory telescope is used to detect Exoplanets. It was created to be displayed on a touchscreen device for visitors to explore and let them learn about both previous observations the telescope has made […]

Introduction This project investigates how children create visualisations of abstract data. The aim of this research is to gain some basic understanding of how children engage in visualization processes, and how we can support them in creatively making their own visualisations whilst providing useful feedback to help them internalise visualization concepts. Studies To begin this […]

Magic of Color
May 13, 2015

The Magic of Color is a visualisation currently in development which allows users to investigate the connection between colours and meanings around the world and in different cultures.

May 13, 2015

The Trombino was my final year project in the Music Computing BSc at Goldsmiths University of London. The Trombino was created to provide an interface which children could use to engage with a trombone like interface at a younger age. Often the trombone cannot be learned at a younger age as it requires a great deal […]

Tweet Roller
May 1, 2015

Tweet Roller is a small project I cooked up with a classmate for an Arduino based class I took in my undergraduate. Due to Twitter’s API a lot of it was written in Processing and run on a laptop, while the Arduino acting on the physical world. When the system detected a tweet with the […]

Musical Interfaces
May 1, 2015

skeuOSC was a rudimentary Android application for OSC I created in my second year of university. The project is documented on skeuosc.ipodling.co.uk. If you’re looking for a good OSC controller for Android I suggest touchOSC, or NexusUI for a web-based platform independent solution.