Research · GITHUB
Bodies as Music: Using Technology in Dance Movement to Manipulate Stage Lighting · PERFORMANCE
Professor: Rich Dionne
Using data taken from movement sensors on dancers’ bodies, we created software and hardware that allows the use of this data to control stage lighting to create an interactive performance environment. My professor and I developed a system to allow users to configure their own sensor setup, choose algorithms to manipulate the data, and broadcast data packages through OSC messages on a closed network.
CS407: Senior Project
We built an Apple Watch app to help humans on the spectrum learn volume management. The app gives haptic feedback to the speakers as they get closer to being too loud for their setting to help them understand what is appropriate without needing someone else to cue them.
CS408: Software Testing · GITHUB
Wish you could take Spotify's music discovery features one step further? We built a Facebook Messenger chatbot that builds custom playlists based on user inputted artists, songs, genres, etc. and their Spotify listening history.
Boilermake Spring 2017 · GITHUB
Spotilytics · TRY IT
Ever wish you could have the Spotify Year in Review feature all year round? My friend and I used Spotify's API to pull your top tracks over the past six months and give you fascinating insights.
CS307: Software Engineering · GITHUB
Class project for which we built a hub for academic resources for Purdue students that were once scattered and hard to find. We included a variety of features from tutor listings in the area to SI sessions, Office Hours, and other campus resources.