JEFFREY TRÆR BERNSTEINI work at the intersection of design and technology to invent new ways of interacting with computers. My goal is to build things that make learning, communicating and creating simpler, easier and more fun.
I come up with ideas, draw them in Photoshop, make them interactive using Objective-C or Processing, and connect them up to sensors, usually through Phidgets or Arduino.
I've worked at Apple since 2007, where I lead the Human Interface Device Prototyping team. Before that, I dropped out of a PhD at Princeton, did a masters in music at Stanford and did EE/CS in college at the University of Western Ontario.
For a year, I worked at the now-defunct Moto Development Group in San Francisco doing sensor and user interface design for clients like Apple, Microsoft, BMW and HP.
A long time ago I wrote a physics library for processing.
Here are some videos of some other things I made a long time ago.
I got married in 2011. Some people wrote about it here and here.
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