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Currently under development.
- Dynamo-Charger Concept: An electrically-powered turbo/supercharger for small-engined vehicles, built from an eBay air raid siren. Currently being installed into a 2002 Ford Focus SVT. Attempting to take a well-known scam and work it into something potentially worthwhile.
- Project Firestarter: A programming and (vintage) computer engineering nightmare in the form of a fan project for the Homebrew Deviants' collaborative story, Tiny Cat People. Aims to recreate the feeling of the eponymous game through the use of 4DOS Batch programming, RS232 trickery, and a large number of vintage (late 70's to early 90's) computers. Named for the system's tendency to (constantly) overheat and trip the breakers in the house.
- HP 64000 (/tg/chan ARG): An Alternate Reality Game project involving several of Project Firestarter's computers (namely, the two HP 64000s, the Dolch NotePAC, the Zenith laptop, and a few others not quite decided upon at the moment). The project aims to tell a collaborative story as though it were actually happening, in which the protagonist has seeked out /tg/chan's assistance due to their understanding of strange, cryptic situations. Involves alternate realities, the Montauk Project, video game and car manufacturers, and a host of other oddities. (Note: This page, along with all files and text directly related to it, will be scrubbed from the site when the project begins, to avoid spoiling the surprise.)
Other places I can be found:
A gaming startup run by a few friends of mine - they make the games, I help market with this getup: