Projects

PALLA: a Spherical Wireless Input Device for Leisure Activities

PALLA used to control a virtual cube

PALLA is a spherical wireless input device that we developed for experimenting with motion sensing and physical interaction in leisure activities.

Based upon the Arduino Open Hardware prototyping platform and the FreeIMU sensor board, the device can detect a wide range of user inputs.

Femtoduino: an ultrasmall (20.7x15.2 mm) libre Arduino compatible board

First picture of Femtoduino

Femtoduino is an ultrasmall (20.7x15.2 mm) libre Arduino compatible board.

FreeIMU: an Open Hardware Framework for Orientation and Motion Sensing

FreeIMU is an ongoing research project which aims to design Open Hardware 9/10 DOM/DOF Inertial Measurement Units as well as easy to use Orientation and Motion Sensing libraries, built on top of the Arduino platform.
The goal of the FreeIMU Framework is to simplify the development of projects based upon the most powerful and new consumer grade inertial, magnetic and pressure sensors.

FreeIMU version 0.2 (left) and version 0.1 (right)

Firefox 2 theme for Firefox 3.x

The Firefox 2 theme for Firefox 3.x provides Firefox 3.x users the default Firefox 2 theme.

The theme is perfectly suited for all of the Firefox 3.x users which still think that Firefox 2 looked better than 3 and don't want to get used to the new look.

Firefox 2 theme for Firefox 3 in actionFirefox 2 theme for Firefox 3 in action

Video module

The Video module is a plugin for the Drupal Content Management System and framework.

The Video module adds support for video contents to Drupal. It could address different tasks .. from enabling simple video contents on Drupal powered websites to creating video based social networking websites similar to Youtube.

For more informations on the video module please visit the official webpage at drupal.org.

COIN: a distributed accounting system for peer to peer networks

This is the project I've created and developed for my Bachelor of Science degree at the Department of Computer Science of the University of Torino, Italy. During the project, mentored by Professor Giancarlo Ruffo, I worked on a decentralized accounting system for peer to peer networks.