Several times in my life people have told me certain things were impossible. When pressed for proof, they were unable to cite any sources other than urban legend or “That’s what someone else told me”. So of these claims lead me to conduct some of these experiments, sometimes validating them, other times disproving.
Golden Ratio Rulers
We made some prototype, laser cut rulers to quickly sketch out grids and boxes which use the golden ratio.
We all look forward to the next holiday, now this is an app to help you count the days left until you can relax.
Pi in the Sky
We tried to build an offline survey kiosk using a Raspberry Pi, but ran into a few issues. We’re more knowledgable now about the limitations.
A single tactile calendar to keep the company in sync is a pipe dream no matter how beautiful it might be.
CERN: Line Mode Browser
CERN is that often overlooked organization which straddles the boarder between Switzerland and France. Home to some of the most complex and sensitive machines humans have ever built, CERN has an amazing amount of technology and smarts. We were there to help document and simulate just one of their small side-projects: The Web.