|Sawyer Buckminster Fuller
You're telling me I'm a frog?
Drosophila Wind Waves
Digital video composite of fruit flies flying leftward in gusts of wind.
Drosophila the Dripper
Flight paths of flies captured by a multi-camera fly tracker
1st prize, 2008 Art of Science show
Mom and Me
Art at TEP |
In my undergraduate living group, TEP, hangs a purple Buckminster Fuller-inspired geodesic sphere I made (left).
The German magazine GEO sent a photographer to do a story on MIT who ended up coming by our house to take a few shots. This picture of my room appeared in their pages, showing my radio-controlled car equipped with a wireless camera (ok back then this seemed like a big deal) and my lego robot for 6.270.
Logo for MIT 2.007 Robotics Design Course|
I submitted this design (left) for the 1998 MIT 2.007 Mechanical Engineering Design Contest. It was chosen, and the front (top), and rear (bottom) designs appeared on shirts given to every participant in the class. Even though I'm right-handed, I thought it looked better to use a left hand for the image. This design was used in subsequent logos for a number of years. Sightings: 2000, 2002, 2003.
Sawyer Fuller and Kurt Freiler
brass, solder, and the belt drive train from a VCR
A chain continuously lifts balls to the top, where they take a random path to the bottom along small tracks.