I'm a French-American student at Franklin W. Olin College of Engineering with a passion for Human Computer Interaction and Designing User Experiences.
I also have interest in Computer Science, Mathematics, and Cardistry.
Go ahead and take a gander at some of the things I've done.
We designed a just-in-time medicine reminder app.
I wrote a book about the creative process in Cardistry.
AR CAD Assembly
We built a proof of concept app to assemble a CAD model in AR.
User Collaborative Design
We collaborated with Waste Disposal Managers to design a product with them.
We designed and manufactured two kinetic sculptures.
We built a tool to help students understand Calculus geometrically.
Laser Vector Graphics
We built a phosphorescent sphere display vector images with a laser.
We made an algorithm to identify an author based off a snippet of text using Bayesian inference.
We used a Leap Motion to make a gesture-based drawing program.
We built a math exhibit item for the Boston Children's Museum.
I wrote a board game I learned from a friend in C++.
Business Card Dispenser
We made a business card dispenser to smoothen networking interactions and tested its market viability.
I wrote a virtual Engima machine (WWII electromechanical encryption device) in MatLab.
The Play Project
We made a play-experience for fourth graders based on the alligator's 'Death Roll'.
International Cardistry Open
I placed first at the 2015 ICO, which involved making a series of four videos, each within the span of 10 days.
I was born and raised in France where I earned the International Baccalaureate. I took a gap year at NYU's School of Engineering before studying at Franklin W. Olin College of Engineering. Now, I'm figuring out what will happen after that.