About Me

Making some lockpicks

I have always enjoyed learning new skills and making things.  In the pursuit of being able to make more things, I earned my B.S. ME from Olin College.  Currently, I work with a lot of hardware startups.

I also enjoy tea, coffee, the outdoors, and teaching other people cool stuff.

This is where I write down the more interesting things that I do!

If you want to get a hold of me for some reason, feel free to contact me through this blog.

14 thoughts on “About Me

  1. yusiang1998 says:

    Hi Avery,
    Is it possible for you to provide a hex file for the five dollar arduino (for atmega328)? I have issues compiling it.

  2. Gavin says:

    Hey Avery, I saw your 3D printed chorded keyboard project and am very interested in that. I am building myself a chording keyboard at the moment (7 buttons, using the spiff chorder schematics). This will be my first electronics project ever and I am very excited, I will continue to read your blog. Keep up the good work and make the world a better place through engineering.

      • Gavin says:

        Check it out, I have come a long way from when I first posted here.
        I have a prtty solid prototype that I threw together out of miscellaneous materials, I unfortuantely don’t have a printer so wearability will be a Little harder for me to engineer. Aside from that I wanted to thank you again for your inspiring work!

        feel free to cut this link out I just wanted to show you what I have done and ask for your permission to include you in the collaborators/inspiration sections

  3. HyrulianHero says:

    This is awesome! Always try to increase collaboration and cross pollination in these fields! Best of luck, and remember that open source is true freedom!

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