Things I’ve had fun making
I've always liked to build things. From learning how to make Flash animations and games as a kid, competing in FIRST Robotics ("the varsity sport for the mind") and creating a literary zine in high school, to launching side projects and participating in the hackathon circuit as a college student, I've always felt the need to be up to something.
GPT-3 robo-lawyer for health insurance claim denials (Columbia Venture Competition SEAS Tech Challenge 2021 finalists)
Scripting language for command line interface photo editing (OCaml LLVM, C compiler and function library, Python parser/lexer)
IDEO CoLab Makeathon
Developed an Oculus Go virtual reality prototype enabling patients and loved ones to exchange virtual reality rich “voicemails”
Slack Slackathon winner ($5000 prize): Slackbot enabling real-time feedback capture for Slack teams and communities (Node.js, Slack API)
Matching prospective and current college students for authentic college tour experiences (Columbia Venture Competition finalists)
Event and club discovery platform for the Columbia community, acquired 1,200+ users (Meteor.js, Heroku, Python web scraping)
3D-printed Arduino robot toy for alerting against and preventing vehicle heatstroke fatalities. Created with an international team in Paris at Ècole Polytechnique.
Tinder meets Google Trips for travel: Swipe to find the perfect itinerary. Finalist for Twitter-hosted hackathon.
Using the Clarifai computer vision API to identify a plate of food and search for matching recipes with the Spoonacular food API (HackNY 2016)