Controlling appliances for about $8 per module, with a circuit that anyone can build.
Documenting the progress of putting a computer into my car.
The biggest continuous project I've ever done -- the automatation of my home. This project is so big, it deserves its own section on my site.
A home-made RFID cash card system for my pop/soda/vending machine.
A self-refilling dog water dish, ensuring fresh and clean water at all times for my pup!
A silly project to make my toilet computerized.
A project to monitor the amount of electricity I consume.
Building a computer-controlled thermostat to replace my regular one for my home.
Check out what I did with this awesome 3-color LED sign.
See how I turned an old laptop into a snazzy digital picture frame.
My friend Infamy and I built this awesome clock.
Home-made battery-powered wireless amplified stereo speakers that receive their audio signal over Bluetooth... what could be cooler?
The Urban Exploration Resource is a website I started back in 2002. It has now grown to be the largest website dedicated to the hobby of Urban Exploration, with over 10,000 worldwide members.
Older & Discontinued Projects
The Half-Life Years: 2000-2003
An administrative tool for Half-Life, created between 1999 and 2001, and custom mod for TFC.
All of the Half-Life maps I have ever created, with tons of crazy concepts and tests.
A series of scripts and a configuration utitlity I created for the Half-Life mod Team Fortress Classic.
Some stupid music files I assembed many years ago.
A Half-Life: TFC server that I ran for about 4 years, most of it with totally custom mods and features.
The Old-School Years: 1999 and before
A tool created by myself and a friend in 1999, to aid in generating terrains for the then-new game Sim City 3000.
A company founded by my friend Matthew and myself in 1998.