Emily Lovell

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This paper introduces a novel technique for integrating geometry from physical objects into computer aided design (CAD) software. We allow users to copy arbitrary real world object geometry into 2D CAD designs at scale through the use of a camera/projector system. This paper also introduces a system, CopyCAD, that uses this technique, and augments a(More)
The Living Wall project explores the construction and application of interactive wallpaper. Using conductive, resistive, and magnetic paints we produced wallpaper that enables us to create dynamic, reconfigurable, programmable spaces. The wallpaper consists of circuitry that is painted onto a sheet of paper and a set of electronic modules that are attached(More)
This paper presents an e-sewing tutorial that details how to sew circuits into fabric. The tutorials are intended for an audience of young adults without access to workshops or classroom activities on this topic. Development of the tutorials was motivated by the emergence of online learning as a useful educational pathway for students. We reflect upon our(More)
LilyPond is a new online community that enables people to document, share and browse e-textile projects---projects that blend electronics, computation and textiles. It was designed to be a project repository and a community gathering place for students, educators, and hobbyists who are creating e-textiles. In this paper, we describe the developing website(More)
Encountering failure while cultivating computational literacy is inevitable, as debugging is a normal and necessary part of any programmer's workflow. Unfortunately, internalization of this failure is one discouraging factor in many students' choice not to pursue computer science. In this proposal, I outline my dissertation research on constructive mindsets(More)
The use of light ion or electron beams to compress matter to the densities required for fusion has been proposed for more than 20 years. In the past ten years, a series of light ion beam power plant conceptual designs have been published under the generic name LIBRA. Considerable advances in both physics and technology have allowed major improvements from(More)
This paper describes the design of a 1000 MWe inertially confined fusion power reactor utilizing near symmetric illumination provided by a KrF laser. The nominal laser energy is 3.4 MJ, the target gain is 118 and the rep-rate is 6.7 Hz. Sixty beams are distributed on ten horizontal planes with six beams in each plane forming a cone with the vertex at the(More)
Step and flash imprint lithography ~SFIL! is an alternative approach for printing sub-100 nm features that relies on chemical and mechanical techniques to transfer patterns. The imprint process requires no projection optics and is performed at room temperature with low imprint pressures to reduce thermal and mechanical template distortions. Because imprint(More)
  • MADISON WISCONSIN, MWe Reactor, +11 authors L. J. Wittenberg
  • 2006
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