My PhD dissertation project, where we study the adoption of different social behaviors using mobile phone sensor data. The dataset used was a year's worth of interaction data from an MIT dorm, i.e. about 65,000 call logs, 3.5 million proximity scans and 2.5 million location scans. Download PhD dissertation
The DARPA Red Balloon team that located all 10 balloons within less than 9 hours to win $40,000 prize. Download Publication here
Non-linguistic speech feature analysis, used to predict interest, engagement and objective outcomes of conversations, dates, tourist experiences and job interviews. Download SM thesis
A phone / PDA application that did real-time speech feature analysis, part of my Master's work. Special mention here because this got a ridiculous amount of press. Shown here running on a Sharp Zaurus, photo credit Webb Chapell. Download Publication here and here
How to Make Almost Anything (inactive)
Neil Gershenfeld's legendary course at the Media Lab-- I think this should be mandatory for all MLers. My class notes for reference available here, and more details about setting up your own FabLab here.
Concept Car Design with Smart Cities, Frank O' Gehry and Bill Mitchell (inactive)
I worked on the first concept-car design iteration with the Smart Cities group. My contributions were around multihop networking and using e-ink as an electronic skin. This project has gone through many versions since then, and you see the latest incarnation here.