HackBerry Lab

Fall 2020 Prototyping Open House

Welcome to the HackBerry Lab Fall 2020 Prototyping Open House. Explore the many innovations and technologies created by students in Creative Technologies, Computer Science, Mathematics, and more!

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Table in Tension


This is a table I made that is designed to be held up by using tension forces.
CRT 300: Rapid & Improvisational Prototyping
Spring 2021

Parker's Fractal


For this project I decided to make my own fractal, specifically a flower. I started by drawing a flower within a flower until my page was full, making it self similar. Then, I drew circles within each petal to make the drawing infinitely detailed.
MAT 105: Nature of Math
Spring 2021

Chaotic Park(?)


I had a false hand, and different liquid substances to spread on the hand, and then drop water onto and see how each substance affected the flow of the water and such. This would show chaos by the unpredictability of it all, or that was the goal anyway.
MAT 105: Nature of Math
Spring 2021

Ancestral Mathematics


Laying out and studying my family tree, tying it back to our studies of trees, pigeonhole, and fractals.
MAT 105: Nature of Math
Spring 2021

Wood You Look at That


My project ties together several math concepts we have learned this semester and my artistic wood burning abilities. I wood burned a Golden Rectangle and the Golden Ratio and exemplified its beauty.
MAT 105: Nature of Math
Spring 2021

What's Your Sign?


My project is on zodiac signs and how they can be used to show the Pigeonhole Principle. This is shown because I took up 50 birthdays and there are 12 signs, so more than one person fit into the same sign.
MAT 105: Nature of Math
Spring 2021

Fibonacci Dialogues


The Fibonacci Sequence is a series of naturally occurring numbers. By adding the last two numbers in the sequence, the next number occurs. I use this pattern to show how the sequence happens around us everyday in conversations.
MAT 105: Nature of Math
Spring 2021