I am an undergraduate student at Oregon State University studying Electrical and Computer Engineering and Mathematics. My e-mail address is email@example.com.
An open source FT2232H-based, multi-protocol, multi-voltage tool for hardware hacking. I designed this PCB for @securelyfitz and worked with him and @esden. TIMEP was the inspiration for the project. The boards were designed primarily for Joe's classes but were also very popular on CrowdSupply.
A retroreflective target vision tracking module for the FIRST Robotics Competition with an integrated Raspberry Pi CM3+, 400lm of green light, and a specialized OV5647 camera. This was developed as a cheap and open-source alternative to the expensive Limelight since we (among many other teams) could not afford one. A batch of 50 were manufactured and sold. Another batch may be produced if the chip shortage ever ends.
A web application for scouting and analyzing FIRST Robotics Competition matches. This was a really fun project that I developed in high school with two of my friends. I primarily worked on the Go backend. It worked fantastically for scouting and was used by a few other teams.