Hi, I'm Jack.
I put my codes on github and my tweets on twitter.
I am an electrical engineer by training, and a software developer by craft. I went to school at Vanderbilt University in Nashville TN. I am currently employed at Harvard University's Lewis Lab developing new 3D printers and the software that drives them. The 3D printers use next generation materials to produce electronics and flexible sensors for robotics and medial applications.
I enjoy expanding the human-computer interface. I led a team at the 2013 YCombinator Hardware Hackathon where we did just that. My team took first prize for developing a novel haptic feedback glove, which you can see in my TechCrunch interview.
I've been known to enjoy programming my raspberry pi to interface with the real world. Check out my projects page to see some of the things I've been up to recently.