Drew Fisher's website
I'm a technology enthusiast, and this is my homepage. I'm currently studying Security and Human-Computer Interaction at the University of California at Berkeley. Below, you'll find some projects that I've worked on long enough to merit a writeup.
- OpenKinect, the community developing open-source Kinect drivers. I've worked on reverse-engineering, documenting, and implementing both the camera command set and the audio protocol.
- My blog, affectionately titled the Shortlog. I wrote the original engine in an hour as an exercise in both Python and forcing myself to deliver code. Now, I write entries about the minutia of my life and add features to the engine as needed.
- I'm a founding member of the Berkeley Campus League of Puzzlers. We write puzzlehunts.
- A USB adapter for a SNES controller, no driver installation required.
- Whitepages V3, a program I wrote for the Texas A&M Honors Housing Community to collect residents' contact information and produce a document for publication to be distributed throughout the dorm, with as little manual document-editing labor as possible.
- A DDR Pad that has no moving parts that was built as part of an embedded design project, with pictures and design explanation.
- An Assassins/Paranoia (see Wikipedia explanation of the game) game generator, with further information on the mathematics of the game.
My resume is here.
My email address is firstname.lastname@example.org. My PGP public key id is 35B6B31E. I am in the strong set, and you can grab my key from the MIT PGP server.