2014 HackShanghai: JOY Mouse

The idea of JOY Mouse is generated during Barcamp 2014 at NYU Shanghai. This project is initially designed for those that are disabled to use a regular mouse but still able to either move one finger or the arm to control a computer freely. During HackSH, China’s largest college hackathon, this project was further explored and the prototype was done within 24 hours. Also, the instruction video and a web page for the JOY Mouse were also done during that period. This project won the 2nd Best Hardware Hack in that hackathon.


Jack’s 12th Project: Jobot Arm

Some Thoughts about this Semester and this Course:

At the beginning of the course, what I want to do for this course is robot. I developed an interest in robotics when I was in middle school. At that time, I do not know much about an Arduino, but I know I can make a robot with it. There are tons of sensors that I may use for the robot. The more sensors I have, the more potentials the robot has. I have explored quite a few sensors in the past semester. Continue reading “Jack’s 12th Project: Jobot Arm”