Category Archives: DIY

2014-10-01 15.44.12

ENAS 344/MUSI 371: Musical Acoustics and Instrument Design

This semester, I was a CEID assistant to a new class taught by Dr. Lawrence Wilen, my co-advisor for my senior thesis in Applied Physics and Prof. Konrad Kaczmarek, who I previously co-published a paper with. The class combines acoustics

2014-10-01 15.44.12

ENAS 344/MUSI 371: Musical Acoustics and Instrument Design

This semester, I was a CEID assistant to a new class taught by Dr. Lawrence Wilen, my co-advisor for my senior thesis in Applied Physics and Prof. Konrad Kaczmarek, who I previously co-published a paper with. The class combines acoustics

2014-11-06 19.55.31

Yale OMI: Mad Noise with Synths!

The Yale Open Music Initiative is a new organization at Yale run by Dr. Scott Peterson. The group focuses on using open source software and hardware for music creation! So far we have covered using the Linux operating system for

2014-11-06 19.55.31

Yale OMI: Mad Noise with Synths!

The Yale Open Music Initiative is a new organization at Yale run by Dr. Scott Peterson. The group focuses on using open source software and hardware for music creation! So far we have covered using the Linux operating system for

2014-04-07 10.27.44

More DIY Speakers!

I had the chance to help out on a “Physics of Speakers” class taught by Mr. Daniel Silverman at the Metropolitan Business Academy in New Haven. I also got to demo some of my own speaker designs. The students had

2014-04-07 10.27.44

More DIY Speakers!

I had the chance to help out on a “Physics of Speakers” class taught by Mr. Daniel Silverman at the Metropolitan Business Academy in New Haven. I also got to demo some of my own speaker designs. The students had

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Cardboard Speaker-Table MkII

Zach and I finished a second iteration of the cardboard table-speakers! This time we outfitted the panels on the standing desk with a total of 4 transducers and one “subwoofer” transducer. The amplifier was also connected to a bluetooth receiver,

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Cardboard Speaker-Table MkII

Zach and I finished a second iteration of the cardboard table-speakers! This time we outfitted the panels on the standing desk with a total of 4 transducers and one “subwoofer” transducer. The amplifier was also connected to a bluetooth receiver,

The speakers are also great for general listening!

Hemispherical Speaker Demo

I finished building the Hemispherical speaker I previously started and it works great! The build combines the design from Princeton’s Delorean Speaker and Stanford’s Slork speaker and the performance has been really good. Seeing that this was a personal project, I

The speakers are also great for general listening!

Hemispherical Speaker Demo

I finished building the Hemispherical speaker I previously started and it works great! The build combines the design from Princeton’s Delorean Speaker and Stanford’s Slork speaker and the performance has been really good. Seeing that this was a personal project, I

The DIY Laser Flute!

Laser cutting flutes

I’ve been working with Prof. Larry Willen at Yale’s Center for Engineering Innovation and Design to develop a workshop where students can come in for a 2 hour workshop and produce a working flute/recorder by the end. We decided to

The DIY Laser Flute!

Laser cutting flutes

I’ve been working with Prof. Larry Willen at Yale’s Center for Engineering Innovation and Design to develop a workshop where students can come in for a 2 hour workshop and produce a working flute/recorder by the end. We decided to

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Hemispherical speaker

Inspired by Stanford’s SLORK speakers and Princeton’s Delorean speaker, I decided to try building my own hemi speaker. I mixed and match instructions between the two speaker designs because there were elements that I liked from both. I preferred SLORK’s

Side view

Hemispherical speaker

Inspired by Stanford’s SLORK speakers and Princeton’s Delorean speaker, I decided to try building my own hemi speaker. I mixed and match instructions between the two speaker designs because there were elements that I liked from both. I preferred SLORK’s