For a long time, I’ve imagined what it would be like if you could see information about other drivers around you in real-time. For example, if you are driving down the freeway you would see a red arrow over cars that are known to have been involved in bad driving practices. This information would be… Continue reading I’m on Your Roadz, Scanning Your License Plates
I’m pumped to announce availability of Rock Show 2.0. This is the first version of Rock Show that works on the iPad and both the iPhone and iPod Touch. A lot of fixes and tweaks are in this version of the application, along with some new posters as well! Two articles are up about the… Continue reading Rock Show Concert Posters 2.0: Now on iPhone and iPod Touch
Aaron Fechter the President of Creative Engineering, Inc has been reprogramming a working animatronic bear-band set up. It looks like the company created it for a line of restraunts similar to Chuck E. Cheese. He’s currently taking cash bids to do syncing or “choreography” for the band members. The way the performance is filmed and presented… Continue reading Reprogrammed Animatronic Bear Band Plays MGMT Cover
My old friend David Peixotto was visiting Portland for the holidays and this morning we snagged breakfast at Stepping Stone. Dave and I have been working hard on a stealth iPhone application to be published by our company, Neutrinos. Backspace in northwest and Urban Grind in northeast have been some of my favorite haunts so… Continue reading Portland as an Creative Powerhouse as Broken Bells Consumes The Shins
I’ve begun work developing a guitar tab of the Britney Spears song, “Out From Under,” but before getting to that, we have some ground to cover. Some friends on Facebook noticed that for a few days this past week Britney Spears was on my list of ‘favorite music.’ The music section of the Info Tab… Continue reading Facebook Profile Discretion and the Guitar Tab for Britney Spears, "Out From Under"