My Response to the COVID-19 pandemic
Produced and Donated Personal Protective Equipment
In early April, as the coronavirus outbreak in New York City hurtled toward full-blown crisis, I volunteered my skills in engineering design and 3D printing to support the manufacturing of personal protective equipment (PPE) which were in short supply.
Like many members of the 3D printing circle keen to assist in slowing the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic, I got to work in my apartment producing prototype face masks and face shields by modifying open-source designs.
What started as a hobby, quickly turned to a duty to help frontline workers and others leading the response effort in whatever small way I could.
If you are in need of face masks or face shields, please fill out the order form below and I will do my best to help you!"In a time when so much is uncertain, the need for concentrated relief efforts is paramount." If you know someone with access to a 3D printer, please join the movement! Use the contact form on the main page to request the 3D files.
Visualization of COVID-19 Data
COVID-19 case data is the most important data right now. It’s the basis of how we’re seeing and measuring the impact of this virus in the world.
Today, we are flooded with all sorts of COVID-19 related data.
While it is important to stay up to date with the latest information, it is also important to understand the data we are looking at to make better, more informed decisions. As states start to reopen, the perception and understanding of the lawmakers and general public must align with the facts.
Click the visualizations below to interact with the full dashboard. Get the data: OWID and NYT.