My Current & Past Projects
Cauldron: The Unnotebook
A different kind of data analysis environment
Simulation-based Predictive Modeling of Dinosaur Locomotion
How did quadrupedal dinosaurs walk? Like mammals? Like reptiles? Something distinctively different? TrackSim is an analysis system designed to find out.
Show & Tell for Code
An application for creating interactive walkthroughs of your code so that others may understand better.
Online Reader for Language Learning
A web-app for learning new languages by translating stories one line at a time with interactive translation tools and audio.
Data Science Toolkit for Paleontology
A paleontological toolkit for statistical analysis and probabilistic modeling of dinosaur locomotion from trace fossils (i.e. footprints)
Letters In Motion
Create Animated Text Videos on Your Mobile Device
Letters in motion was an iOS and Android mobile app for creating animated videos using text (motion typography)
T. rex Walks Again
Visual Effects: National Geographic Explorer Television
I worked as a visual effects artist for an episode of National Geographic Explorer where we created scientific visualizations of how a T rex skeleton morphs as it grows from baby to adult.
T. rex Sitting & Standing
Traveling Exhibit by the Tokyo Museum of Natural History
A scientific visualization of how an adult Tyrannosaurus rex would have been able to sit down and stand up.
Agility Animation Engine
A character animation engine with integrated machine learning capabilities
Combining CG animation software and artificial intelligence opens up many possibilities. That's what we tried to do at Kaibridge, the startup that created Agility.
Scientific Visualizations of Dinosaurs
Over the years I've been involved in creating scientific visualizations to show various locomotion aspects of dinosaurs for a number of museums and news outlets around the world.