I might have been an engineer, but I hate working with numbers. Instead, I traveled the path of art and design, and it’s been pretty awesome. I’m a decent illustrator with a passion for drawing things, from my mundane daily encounters to my most passionate dreams. Drawing, as awesome as it is however… can only give so much.
I spent too much of my life believing that I needed to be something other than what I am in order to tinker with electronics. Eventually I crossed paths with many brilliant minds who have given me the permission I never needed to do the things I love. Learning form them over the past few years has confirmed that I have the power to create whatever I want so long as I’m willing to go the extra mile and learn things on the fly. This blog is here to map my progress as I climb from relative cluelessness into the realm of awesome, and help anyone else out there who has the same desire.
You can see where many of my projects were born on my personal site: zoness.com.
Hey I teach Entertainment Engineering at a high school (Southwest CTA) here in Vegas. I recognized your Syn Shop shirt in the video and wanted to give you a shout. My seniors are building a few delta bot concepts for their senior project, maybe you’d want to come by for a morning and show off? Let me know, or give me a call/email. Hope to hear from you!
I wanted to let you know about a challenge we put together called RepYourCity.
We’re encouraging 3D printing enthusiasts like you to flex your artistic muscles and 3D print something that you feel symbolizes an important aspect about the place you live. After you finish the print – bonus points if you create the model from scratch 😉 – take it out into the wild, snap a picture in a fitting location. Finally, upload it to either THRE3D.com or Instagram and check out what else people have posted.
Visit for more info https://thre3d.com/blog/3d-printing/rep-your-city/
Looking forward to seeing your submission and don’t forget to spread the word!
hi my name’s tophy cho
and i’m an indie filmmaker who’s last feature film has played at various festivals last year and is going to play this year in feb. at san franciscio indie fest and a london international festival…
the reason i’m writing you is bc i’m working on my next script and it’s a feature about a hacker who sells drugs for the colombian cartel. it’s basically a story about a young guy in love with a girl and gets into way over his head in a race to impress her and ends up forced w/ dangerous choices to make.
the reason i’m messaging you is bc i’m not a hacker not a computer guru.. beyond using facebook and video editing i’m really not good w/ computers.
i’m hoping to meet someone who can tell me flesh out some of the details of hacking and help w/ the philosophical aspect of it in my story. i have finished the script.. it’s 120 pages, the standard length, but there’s so many holes i think.
i’ve sent you youtube links of trailers to my last film. my last film which plays again in feb. is entitled “101 secrets”. if you’d have any interest in corresponding by email or chat let me know thank you 🙂
Hello I just discovered what you create. It’s fantastic. I like that ! I hope you will come in Paris with your army… I’m a french entrepreneur. I’ve created VideoTelling.co.ok and i’m going to create some projets with art and robots. Perhaps we will work together…
Denis, thank you for reaching out! Please keep me updated on your future projects. I’d be happy to help in any way I can (if I can!) =]
My name is Kai from Phuket Thailand, I’m interested your lightplay, it’s fantastic. Can you replay my email?
You inspired me, because you pointed to opportunities in deformable surfaces for shows. I’ll lay my facebook post on you: “These people inspired me with “Lightplay.” It is because they made repeatable robots which may contribute to deformable surfaces in shows. If the robots become mountable upon a deformable surface, the surface can become a light-object, but also a projection-surface. The ideas I have revolve around something akin to fiberglass tent-poles and rope-block robots able to deform an elastic surface which is further populated with their robots mountable upon the elasticizable armature I am loosely describing. There are other methods of creating such armatures.”