My Yearly Cuisine Review


Thanks for the great interface culture lab kitchen, I’ve experimented a large variety of dishes in the past year. I’ve also tried and learned from other colleagues. I chose 3 dishes from each month in 2014 and made this collage of cuisine review. Also thanks for the followers in my instagram.


From the milk shake with avocado to fired rice sushi roll;

from spinat Burek to shrimp nuddle;

from coconut cubic dessert to butterfly Spaghetti with broccoli;

from fried lotus stem to Lentils with Sesame;

from first experiment with Bazil and Rosemarry to Braised Eggplant with soyasource;

from plum cake to self-made Dürüm;

from roast lamb to potate stewed with chicken;

from pumpkin source rice and pumpkin skin soup to fried pumpkin seed and baked pumpkin with butter…

I graduatelly mastered the skills to tune the power of the heat, to cut the salad in attractive way, to bake some cake and cookies, to finish cooking 5-color meal in 15 minutes , to cook lunch for 14 people at a time(my personal records)…. Last but not the least how to arrange and cook effectively and efficiently in different situations.





DIY Camera Dolly

Blog, hack


This weekend, I got a pair of roller shoes, some pipe and screws and started to build a useful Panning Dolly for my DSLR camera. This is my first time to DIY a gadget for camera without tutorial. And here is the result.

View this post on Instagram

first test #diy #camera #dslr #gadget

A post shared by Nathan Guo (@yellingbytes) on


This slideshow requires JavaScript.


Interface Culture, Works

Bildschirmfoto 2015-01-16 um 22.39.13

Melokey is a handheld key-triggered sound gadget. Sounds are able to be generated and modulated according to three parameters: shape of the key’s profile, the deepness it goes in, the rotation value of the key. With further control pannel you can switch how the parameter are mapped to the sounds quality. Since each key has a unique profile, the sounds also differ. The gadget can also be played by multiple people.