Monthly Archives: May 2012
Cartographer is a wireless robotic room mapping system I designed and built for my senior project in Electrical Engineering at the University of New Hampshire. It’s a low-cost investigation into the SLAM problem and includes an intuitive computer interface. Check out the new page of Cartographer for lots of pictures and explanation!
This is a high-speed 3D rendering engine I wrote during my sophomore year of college for the PIC32 series of microcontrollers from Microchip.
It’s based on an eflightworks PIC32 DIP breakout module and uses a Newhaven Display TFT and evaluation board. The code was written entirely in C using Microchip’s MPLAB compiler with no additional libraries.