We provided full engineering designs, schematics, and documentation for the entire project. Over the course of a few weeks, I learned SolidWorks in order to generate a full set of engineering drawings for the hardware components. Here's a few of my favorites:



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AnyPixel.js is an open-source software and hardware library that makes it possible to use the web to create big, unusual, interactive displays out of all kinds of things. Anyone can fork the code and the schematics to create their own display at any scale.

I lead the development of this project over 8 months to create a giant interactive display for the public lobby of Google's NYC office.

The display cycles through many different interactive takes on the Google logo created by myself and an international group of other programmers and artists.

Get it on GitHub!




  • Creative Director: Richard The
  • Tech Director: Jeremy Abel
  • Producer: Ryan Burke
  • Designer: Issac Blankenship
  • Designer: Glenn Cochon
  • Designer: Andrew Herzog
  • App Developer: Jeremy Abel
  • App Developer: Kyle Philips
  • App Developer: Nick Fox-Gieg
  • App Developer: Jeramy Morrill
  • App Developer: Manny Tan
  • App Developer: Felix Woitzel
  • App Developer: Anders Hoff
  • App Developer: Dimitry Bentsionov
  • App Developer: Nick Stahlnecker
  • App Developer: Nick Jonas
  • App Developer: Patrick Miller
  • Engineering: Deeplocal