Long overdue, I upgraded my website to some more updated technologies. All the old content remains (plus some new entries!), but now driven via a Laravel 5.2 backend, responsive layout, CSS tweaks, and less jQuery bloat.
fuzzycomplete jQuery plugin
Modular audio amplifier
I built a custom amplifier for my Dad as a Christmas/birthday present out of eBay modules, a chunk of wood and custom moulded acrylic.>
Large scale RGB LED display
To support a small music festival run by some friends, I helped create some stage equipment used by the bands. I designed and built 8 modular 1x1 meter RGB LED displays, capable of taking input from a PC, or running pre-coded visualizations.
eSports replay website
Cofounder and technical director of a website dedicated to eSports replays, focusing primarily on competitive League of Legends tournaments. Responsible for feature implementation, security analysis and hardening, as well as contributing to website content.
My old USB key came apart, so I went about designing a replacement casing to fit on my keyring. Taking advantage of 3D printing in metal, I was able to create a slimline, durable alternative.More information...
Retrofitting an inefficient incandescent lantern with more efficient LED technology for a friend, overcoming some fundamental hurdles along the way.More information...
While working on another project, I needed a compact switchmode power supply. This handmade board was designed to test the capability of the LT1370 chip at the heart of this switching regulator.More information...
After a respectable gentleman tried to break into my friend's car and turn the ignition with a screwdriver (unsucessfully), my friend was left with an unworking ignition.
He still needed the car, and until he could get the ignition replaced we decided to try hotwiring the car.More information...
It is fully WC3 standards compliant.
Dissatisfied with the standard headphone quality that shipped with my HTC phone, but not wanting to leave the ability to control the media application behind I designed and build an adapter which allowed any headphone to be plugged in to a custom controller.More information...
For my final year project I worked on developing the hardware and software of a "Smart Power Meter".
The hardware is based on an current clamp, Atmel microcontroller, ZigBee wireless module and Linksys WRT54G router while the software leverages the Google Powermeter API to record measurements for users.More information...
A simple program created for fun (It doesn't have much use other than looking cool). When given a reference image the program attempts to recreate it sequentially, getting better and better as time goes on.More information...
As part of my degree I was required to complete 12 weeks of work placement in the industry. I was fortunate enough to be granted a scholarship position at the Defence Science and Technology Organisation (DSTO) to develop a Wireshark "dissector" capable of decoding Link 16.More information...