Keeping the World Safe, One Office Chair at a Time
My project was to build an anti-theft device for my office chair. In order to make it fit my chair exactly, I modelled the pieces off of a 3D scan.
I designed a sensor pad for the seat and a mount for the back of the chair to hold my burglar de-incentivizing device.
Molding and Casting are Fun
Axels are Hard
After Many Revisions
I Should be Good at Making Circuits by Now
At Least I Can Program
- 3D Scanning: Chair capture.
- CAD: Mount and seat design.
- Milling: Mount and seat mold.
- Water jet cutting: Axel and hand holder.
- Molding/Casting/Composites: Hand creation.
- PCB Design: FailBoards.
- Input Devices: Fancy step response.
- Output Devices: Chair Burglar De-incentivization device.
- Networking: Oops, broke the board.
The best anti-theft device is a really ugly chair.