Generate is Northeastern University's student led product development studio. I've been able to be a part of the Generate community and work with talented teams of engineers across two semesters, in 2017 and 2019. Below you can find more detailed explanations of the two projects I worked on while with Generate. The photo on the right is from one of the community's retreats in New Hampshire!
In 2017, I worked with a team of engineers to re-imagine what our University's IDs might look like if the RFID chips in them were created to be modular to fit into multiple wearable forms factors: keychains, bracelets, necklace, etc.
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In 2019, my team and I worked with a venture called Mount whose vision at the time was to create a smart electric scooter lock whose purpose is to help reduce the amount of clutter and obstructions created by people who improperly place public electric scooters after they are done. I worked on re-designing the locking mechanism for this device.