My name is Mark Moore. Welcome to my website.

I work full time here, where i teach programming, informatics, and digital design. I also maintain and develop the school's makerspace.

I hold a master's degree in IT product development from here where i did things like this, this, and this. I even sometimes managed to get out and do things like this.

This is also the website for my one-man-show-side-business moore.dk, which is an IT design consultancy.

moore.dk helps people/companies/researchers design, develop, prototype, and test digital user experiences. The designs are usually hardware based, and the prototypes are often both functionally and physically refined for small-scale production and user-testing.

moore.dk has been involved in developing things like this and this (the latter is open-sourced here).

While studying, I worked part time as a research assistant here.

I used to work here and here doing things like this and this. A lot more about my previous career can be found here.

In 2010 i helped co-found the local hackerspace, then I was treasurer there for 9 years.

Most of my hobby projects find a way to involve a laser cutter, and include either a flight controller or some sort of Arduino compatible board. Lately it's mostly the ESP8266, since i like hooking useless stuff like this thing or this thing up to the internet. Sometimes i even document the process so others can try it too. I'm quite fond of my wall of data, and especially happy with my ISS lamp. Lately i've been taking apart a disturbingly large amount of old Lego Dirt Crushers, and replacing the innards with modern stuff like LoRa radio links (with telemetry!), and GPS OSD overlays for the FPV feed ;)

Check out my instagram to see what makes me happy, and my github account to see what i do when i can't sleep

Also: I tend to mix up when to tweet from here or here. Sorry.