Chad Di Lauro is pursuing a Bachelor of Science in electrical and computer engineering (ECE) and a minor in computer science. His experience includes video editing and IT for EyeQ Productions as well as writing data processing code for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's (NOAA) Science on a Sphere. His current roles within the Unstable Design Lab include PCB design and hardware coding. Chad has a passion for wearable technology and is currently a member of the senior design team for BioSense, helping to design a real-time biometric data collection and display system for glasses.
For more information about Chad, view his LinkedIn page. Alumni pages are not always updated after graduation.
- Laura Devendorf and Chad Di Lauro. 2019. Adapting Double Weaving and Yarn Plying Techniques for Smart Textiles Applications. In Proceedings of the Thirteenth Conference on Tangible and Embodied/Embedded Interaction (TEI ’19), p. 77-85 https://dl.acm.org/citation.cfm?id=3295625 (Tempe, Arizona–March 17-20, 2019).