Eric was tasked with creating the largest structure possible in the shortest amount of time with a minimal amount of material. In a matter of weeks he produced two of these 20' geodesic domes made from hardware store PVC pipe. These were featured at Maker Faire and one of Make Magazines most popular articles at the time.
Eric was asked to create an eye catching feature for a trade show. A 9 foot tall dinosaur fit the bill. This was fabricated to not only be huge, but also transportable. Collaborating with an electrical engineer the jaws were also made to be animatronic.
Eric designed this bench to be open source and hackable. When presented to the SketchUp community, users "hacked" it for many different uses. Eric took all of the hacks and made them a reality in his shop.
Eric was tasked with making an interesting and engaging game for a trade show booth. He designed this foosball table from scratch. Combing graphic design, hardware, 3D printed players and CNC cut wood demonstrates how multiple diciplines can be brought together using digital fabrication tools.
Eric was tasked with making a huge model of DC. He created this 4x8' model of downtown DC that featured 3D printed and CNC milled buildings along with lights so students could learn where the buildings are located.