I built my first drone in 2010, when essential sensor components became affordable. This project started it all for me, and opened me doors to interesting commercial projects.
A do-it-yourself headtracker project as an add-on to Sony Glasstron virtual headset.
Technical survey software for estimating Finnish hospital and municipal buildings was a public software development project I did for Finnish Institute of Occupational Health. Its documentation was my master’s thesis.
In 2010, external computer graphics adapters were rare, with very few commercial products available. This was my attempt to make one to support my virtual reality projects in the 2010’s.
Linux DVB streamserver with Windows/OSX client running on Beagleboard XM, before Raspberry Pi. Somewhat outdated in 2023.
An eight-legged acrylic CNC machining exercise project to get practical experience in designing parts and toolpaths for machining.
Introduction This is a project I made for a study of perceived well-being in geriatrics. To measure perceived well-being of elderly people, various question sets could be used. These are known as RAI and RAVA. While producing apparently good results, […]
High fidelity equipment built to last. In the age of disposable consumer electronics, vintage equipment that still outperforms its modern counterparts has an particular appeal to an engineer. In the beginning of the 2000’s, I was looking to get myself […]
Few weird school projects from Lappeenranta University of Technology. Industrial lasers included.
This pre-amp started my electronics hobby, and at the time of writing this post (2023) it is still operational. The amp was made before you could buy Arduinos and affordable boost converters cheap off the online auction sites.