A project to remake the optophone, a twentieth-century reading aid for the blind that converted text into sound, using archival research and physical computing methods.
In collaboration with Katherine Goertz, Danielle Morgan, Victoria Murawski, and Jentery Sayers.
A tutorial or module for physical computing with the Arduino platform. Contains detailed instructions, diagrams, and examples. Made for and taught at the 2016 Digital Humanities Summer Institute.
A portfolio or series of remediations that explore the rhetoric, values, and biases of autodidactism (the practice of self-education).
A WordPress exhibit for nineteenth-century,
3-D stereoscopic view cards. Contextualizes and recreates each stereo card using custom-made animated GIFs.
A showcase of undergraduate digital humanities projects, with an explanation of the scope and technologies involved in producing them. Useful for students or instructors.
I write announcements and updates about the Maker Lab's projects and publications, particularly ongoing research on the optophone.
Finishing my Master's in English at the University of Victoria.