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IEEE Spectrum

Illustrations that map out ways in which cities can become "smart." This includes things like sewage monitoring, telecommunications (wi-fi/ 5G monitoring), security, tree monitoring, street light control, ...

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Consumer Reports

This illustration accompanied an article on automotive deal breakers that might not be so easy to spot on a test drive, things like poor visibility, cramped rear seats, bad interior interfaces, poor stopping distances, and road noise.

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Fast Company

Illustrations of electric cars that represent Tesla's competition. The Tesla is at the top.  Tesla Model 3 VW ID.3 BMW i3...

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Omega Lifetime, Apollo 11

Apollo 11 Saturn V Rocket

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Omega Lifetime, Apollo 11

Apollo 11 Flightpath

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Consumer Reports

An illustration detailing which filters in homes people should be regularly changing

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Men’s Health

A camping skills spread for Men's Health

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Men’s Health

A house populated with smart products

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Popular Science

These illustrations show how the wind farm off Block Island, Rhode Island, was constructed. (My work is the six spots on the lefthand side of the page).

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Wired

The new sport of drone racing

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Wired

How to VR.

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Wired

How to live stream.

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Fortune

This piece was created to accompany an article in Fortune magazine relaying that the internet of things is now available in smart bed form. This wasn’t the version that Fortune chose but it was my favorite. :)

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Hearst Media

This set of six illustrations show how hydrogen is delivered, processed, and stored at a hydrogen fuel station before fueling up a hydrogen car. ...

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Microsoft Cloud Infrastructure Operations

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The Atlantic

This timeline, for sponsored content created in conjunction with The Atlantic and Sonos, maps out the major developments in music media formats and playback devices. It also compares the media formats in terms of fidelity.

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Wired

Jargon Watch: Viperblack, a technology similar to black viper snake scales to create a fabric that's 40% darker than standard black.

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Wired

CRISPR, a technology for copying and pasting genes

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Wired

GM and Lyft are Building a Network of Self-Driving Cars

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Wired

Jargon Watch: Pogo Jet, is a less-lethal bullet with it's own propellant.

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Client Test

A test illustration in a new style

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Rensselaer Polytechnic Alumni Magazine

An illustration highlighting some of the possibilities of smart lighting: (from left to right) color shifting from blue to red to aid the transition to sleep, automatically set heating and cooling based on sensing the people in the room, tuning lights ...

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Wired

A Jargon Watch illustration for the word Megasupermolecule, a fuel additive that suppresses explosions by causing fuel to clump into droplets instead of being released as flammable mist

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Variety

Pandora, Spotify, Google, and Apple battle for dominance in the streaming music service arena.

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Fortune

The CISA Bill pits Apple, Twitter and Salesforce, which are in opposition, against Intel, AT&T, IBM, and Comcast which are in favor of the bill.

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