I finally released my new open-source project, Cubecube. In collaboration with Kavi Laud, this hardware project explores one possibility for creating 3-D computer models by manipulating real-world objects with your hands.
Kavi and I launched the official website/wiki for the project (cubecu.be), and I created a build-guide and published on Instructable.com (here).
This project features one of my first professionally-fabbed circuit boards, which I was pretty stoked to unbox. I ordered it through Fritzing.org, the company whose software I also used to design the board.
This project also features some of the trickiest and smallest assemblies I've ever designed, like the inside of a building block (pictured above).
This project is still very much in progress, but now that it is (finally) documented and published online, I plan on taking a break from it for a few months, maybe the summer. So many other fun things to make in the mean time!
Keep your eyes peeled at cubecu.be for updates!