This is partial listing of projects I've worked on over the years.
Source code may be available for many of these projects. I just
started putting this list together, so it is by no means complete.
Active Network) is a capsule-based active network system I
wrote for my Master's thesis. I'm currently performing follow-up
research while working on putting together a useful distribution.
Status: Working, but still a work in progress. Release
expected in Fall 1998. (June 1998)
Active Network Environment) is a discrete active network system I
developed while taking 6.853
(a computer systems class at MIT).
Status: Basic implementation working but unsupported (December 1996)
- PNM file plug-in for The GIMP
Soon after getting my hands on release of 0.54 of
The GIMP, I wrote
a plug-in for reading and writing PNM graphic files (the PPM, PGM,
and PBM formats are all subsets of PNM).
Status: completed and
included in the 1.0.0 release of The GIMP (1997)
- SANE driver for SGI IndyCam
- In a fit of insanity last fall, I hacked together a
SANE driver for
the SGI IndyCam. I still need to make it more flexible
and useful so that it can get included in future
releases of SANE.
Status: work in progress (Fall 1997)
Linux and XFree86
- XFree86 P9000 driver
- I helped write the Weitek P9000 driver
for XFree86. This allows the
P9000-based cards, such as the Diamond Viper, to work with X windows.
Status: completed and stable (1996)
- PCM SSD device driver
- While working at NASA in 1995, I got Linux running on a 4"x4"x4"
PC/104 stack. As part of this, I wrote a Linux device driver for the
PCM Solid State Disk from WinSystems.
Status: completed (1995)
- Ported Pentium/PentiumPro Performance Counter driver to Linux
I spent a few hours porting the OpenBSD pctr driver written by David Mazieres to Linux.
A distribution will be available shortly.
Status: alpha (June 1998)
For four summers I worked at NASA
Ames Research Center in Mountain View, CA. I worked in the Intelligent Mechanisms Lab in the
Division. My projects included various things relating to virtual
environments and telerobotics. While working there, I was the lead
designer for the VEVI3
architecture which was a finalist and runner up for the 1996 NASA Software
of the Year competition. VEVI3 is available
Status: completed (1995)
I wrote the VETTnet communications system while working on the Virtual Environment Technologies for
Training (VETT) Testbed Project in the Research Lab for
Electronics at MIT. The purpose of the VETTnet system is to allow the
rapid integration of devices connected to multiple hosts on a
network. The VETTnet system is implemented as a "blackboard". The
blackboard is a networked database that clients can access, write data
to, and read data from.
Status: completed (1994)
- VPL DataGlove driver
- While working at NASA Ames in 1992, I wrote a VPL DataGlove
device driver for IRIX that included calibration and static gesture
Status: completed (1992)