Below you can find a list of personal projects I've worked on over the years. Nothing here has made me rich yet but I sure had lot of fun while learning something new...
This mechanical box was my first project on Mark Rober's Creative Engineering class. The idea was to provide a truly contactless way to let delivery people drop off your food especially under adverse weather.
PZEM-014 and PZEM-016 are cheap power monitoring devices you can find on Amazon or eBay. This library offers an easy to use interface to communicate with the meters. I worked on this with my friend Leandro Muto to freshen up our Python skills.
I created this open source Python library back in 2015 to help people using the Telegram Bot API. Somehow it has been widely used by developers as the project counts more than 16,000 stars on Github. I'm no longer active in the project though - suitable skilled developers have been doing much better job running it than I would.
Web App that helps you choose your next task randomly. It was my first attempt using Svelte, TypeScript and Tailwind CSS.
I taught my dog, Tarly, to ring a bell whenever she needs to go potty outside. But sometimes I'm in a different room or with my headsets on so I don’t hear the bells jingling. In order to improve this behavior of responding to her needs (and to avoid future bladder issues), I wanted to build out an automated mechanism that alerts me when she needs to go.
Xbox Series X Cup Holder
This is a 3D Printed version of the Xbox Series X as a cup holder that I worked with my friend Manduul Enkhbat. Originally we wanted it to cool drinks too, but we quickly realized that peltiers are highly inefficient (compared to compressor based systems) so we sticked with aesthetics instead.