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    corexy^3

    An up to six axis personal fabrication machine utilizing corexy gantry system and gestalt nodes for programming.

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    Face Swapping

    A face swapping gag to amplify the 5wits adventure. This Mystery Morph user experiences aims to shock 5wits participants with a picture of their face swapped onto a civtorian subject's body.

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    Intermittent Hypoxia

    A design study and concept for a portable, inflatable habitat for chronic intermittent hypoxia exposure of JAXA workers in the Atacama Desert of Chile.

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digital fabrication + human space technologies + translational medical devices.

What does that mean?

Glad you asked.

I'm interested in how solutions are developed when resources are removed. Both low-resource areas in developing countries as well as astronauts on missions can't call an ambulance during emergencies, requiring them to use in-situ resources, understand the capabilities of their tools (not just their intended use), and develop a little bit of creativity, akin to McGyver.

Others, lose access to diagnostic tools when they transition to outpatient settings. In a similar vein, how do those who lack access (due to costs, proximity, availability) to clinical tools leverage digital fabrication and open source tools to provide themselves and their caretakers with appropriate monitoring?

What am I doing?