Monthly Archives: September 2008

A Total Lunar Eclipse

happened in Boston on October 28th, 2004. If you don’t believe me, well, I have photographic evidence.

Eclipse chart courtesy of NASA.

Tensegrity

structures are amazing. This one that I made is pretty adorable, hmm? But this other one in Random goes up to the fourth floor – whoa! They may be winning…

Photos of the Random Hall tensegrity are from the Random Hall blog and were posted by Ternus.

A Bike Ride

with family at Metro Beach Metropark is a great way to spend a Saturday evening. Water, exercise, sunsets, wildlife (although the deer ran off too quickly to get a picture), and a lovely summer day. Win. 🙂

The MIT Grad Gala

is a great way to relax and socialize with your fellow MIT graduate students.

But, wait a minute! That guy dancing with me doesn’t seem to fit either of those criteria! And what in the world is going on on that balcony?!?

Some (low-res) photos courtesy of the official Grad Gala 2008 photo gallery.

The Sailboat Challenge

was a friendly challenge given to designers attending the 2006 Origami USA Convention in New York City. I’ve exhibited at the Origami USA Convention every time that I have attended, as well as participating in the Sailboat Challenge.

 

Here are some photos of it, including my sailboat (the one with little people in it) and those of other people attempting the challenge. The particularly epic sailboat with the kraken is by Brian Chan. All models are out of a single sheet.