Programmer & Prototyper @ OHMS

I was a Programmer and Prototyper at OHMS from April 2016 until June 2017 when it closed. It was a MakerSpace in Rio de Janeiro that took on both comissioned and internal research projects.

I investigated ways to improve on the FabScan 3D Scanner so it could run with multiple cameras, multiple laserbeams and auto-calibration with fiducial markers, giving the user the possibility to adjust the layout according to the shape of the scanned object. The code was in Python.

I was also the developer and main creator of the Invisible Wall, an interactive art instalation for a 2016 Arts and Technology Festival by Incubadora de Artistas, coded in C/C++.

Both these projects use OpenCV’s resources.