MIT EECS - Foxconn Undergraduate Research and Innovation Scholar
User Experience Design for Multi-Material 3D Printing
There are currently several services that allow customers to order custom 3D printed objects. Some of these services allow users to customize generic model templates by modifying certain parameters. For example, a user might wish to 3D print a ring to fit their particular finger size. The goal of this project is to develop a system that will allow a vendor to easily create a template for a 3D printable model. After the vendor specifies certain parameters that can be changed by the customer, this template will be able to generate a unique user interface for each customer to create their own customized printable model
In my previous projects and internships at Amazon, Palantir, and Panjiva, I have worked with backend machine learning algorithms and frontend web data visualization. Most recently, I’ve become interested in the intersection of real-time client-server communication and in-browser 3D technologies such as WebGL. In Dr. Matusik’s computational manufacturing class, my final project adapted an existing experimental 3D modeling tool to a web UI using node.js, websockets, and three.js.