Part of my day job in the real world is to translate telecom technology to business people, aka non-technical people. Sometimes it's hard to take very, very technical people out of their world of hardware and software and put them in front of real life people. So that's where people like me come into the picture. I never dreamed as a undergraduate studying Electrical Engineering at NCSU that I would be in a job like the one I am, but here I am. And most days I love it...
I like to play with new gadgets. The above video is not a test of a new gadget, but a new software feature of my iPhone 5s. It was virtually free, with a software download from my friends down in Cupertino. And it's a pretty darn fun little feature. It takes the extremely mundane task of making coffee and washing dishes and puts a little flare on it.
My virtual friends at Studio Neat do a fantastic job of doing what I do in my day job in a great little post that explains how the time-lapse feature works.
My name is Dae Yu.