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.
Attending and presenting at HASTAC 2016 (Arizona) on the optophone project as part of Maker Lab research.
Taking the Introduction to Electronic Literature course at DHSI 2016.
Co-teaching the Physical Computing and Desktop Fabrication course at DHSI 2016.
Attending and presenting at DH 2016 (Krakau, Poland) on the optophone project as part of Maker Lab research.