Projects by Tom Cheesewright

This site is a repository for my projects. I've been hacking and making since I was old enough to hold a screwdriver. But I have always been terrible at documenting and sharing them. This is an attempt to change that.

This won't be the only place I post stuff. There will likely be 3D models and code hosted here and there. But this should be the most complete repository. I hope you find something useful here. Everything is published under a Creative Commons Attribution licence so you are free to download, use and remix, even commercially (though no-one would be more surprised than me if anything here has commercial value).

Why?

Just a quick note about the reasons I do these projects. It's partly for fun but there is a big relevance to my work as well. I work as an applied futurist, helping organisations to see what is coming, innovate and change. Technology obviously plays a huge rule in this, both in the trends I track and in the advice I give. So as part of my work, I experiment with what is practical/achievable and what might become mainstream in the near future.

I'm not a great designer, engineer, or coder, by any stretch of the imagination. But I know enough to make things that work and in doing so, I learn a lot about the technology and more importantly its applications.