Projects

 
 
 
 
 
 



Projects which don't fit into any of the categories above.



Former Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr. and Senator Kamala Harris of California spoke the most during Wednesday night's Democratic presidential debate...

 
The New York Times
Projects I've worked on with the Times' graphics department.

I recently had the opportunity to intern with the New York Times' graphics department, where I worked on stories addressing a wide range of topics - my work ranged from tracking speaking time during a Democratic debate, to reconstructing the interior of a migrant detention center in Clint, Texas to visualizing trends in immigration policy over the past 100 years.

I also worked on:

Some of my other stories are still in the works.
Former Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr. and Senator Kamala Harris of California spoke the most during Wednesday night's Democratic presidential debate...

 




"Holography"
We're not in science fiction anymore.

You've seen them in Star Wars, Star Trek, Iron Man, Galaxy Quest, you name it. Holograms are an integral part of what fiction considers the future of technology to be. However, without some incredible advances in holographic technology, that future might not be strictly accurate.

This paper is an exploration of the mathematical processes required to produce and display object-replacement holograms (holograms that appear to be objects when displayed). The holograms in the above films are all examples of object-replacement holograms. (A non- object replacement hologram would be, for example, the little dove thingy on your credit card.)

The paper is long and there is a lot of math in it. However, it is fairly interesting, so if you have a year or two of typical collegiate math, it's worth a read, or a skim; if you don't, then maybe just a flip-though to look at the pretty pictures.