Member Since: April 9, 2010

Country: United States




Spoken Languages


Programming Languages

Java, C, C++, C#


University of Washington - Mechanical Engineering, Mechatronics


Weight lifting, robotics, volunteering and pretty much anything that doesn’t include pop culture.


  • News - Your March Caption Contes… | about a month ago

    Nevermind that, I actually know what I’m talking about.

  • News - February Caption Contest | about 2 months ago

    “Mr. Business”, takes a selfie.

  • News - Your SparkFun January Cap… | about 3 months ago

    We have GREAT ideas!

  • News - Does It Matter Which Brow… | about 5 months ago

    I use IE 11 for all of my browsing/ debugging etc needs. However, for a select few sites, I use firefox (Sparkfun, Facebook, Pandora).

    I do this to separate work from play. IE - important stuff = IE, play stuff, FF. I don’t want the suggested sites etc of my play showing up in IE when I’m typing a path, for instance.

  • News - Cyber Monday Is Upon Us! | about 5 months ago

    Thank you Sparkfun for the deals! I spent WAY more than I intended, but that was your plan all along wasn’t it? :)

    Now… what to do with 9 pro minis :)

  • News - November Caption Contest | about 5 months ago

    Dance! We need more ideas man!

  • Product DD-12012 | about 8 months ago

    They’re giving these away for basically nothing (time to gather components and fill the boxes costs money). They didn’t have to do this at all and it’s the “sour grapes” that act as a deterrent for things like this in the future. I encourage you to take a positive spin on this and support them doing more things like this in the future (Improves your odds anyway).

  • Product TOL-11866 | last year

    Look good boss? Yah! Yah!, they wont even notice! :)

  • Product LCD-11788 | last year

    It is, but it’s the concept of showing some sort of color/pixel map on the screen, that’s standardized for all screens you sell was my point of the link. Then I could side by side compare “this is what I get, this will work for my project, that’s how THIS display renders an ”&“. That’s the one thing that keeps bringing me back to box stores, the ability to compare by feel and by seeing the products in action (your current product videos really help). Ideally you’d have a pixel map displayed for static rendering, then a short clip showing some standard imagine in motion for your displays.

  • Product LCD-11788 | last year

    Is it possible for your “display” products to have a picture of a representative image, to help in determining display quality?

    Something like this would be super awesome:


No public wish lists :(