Measuring devices based on ESP32 controller, connected to WiFi network. Database and user interface for customer’s specific use case on PHP web server.Read more
Microcontroller programming and web interfaces
Custom smart devices
Prototype for your invention
Kriimsilm Tehnoloogiad OÜ is a one person company specializing in programming that is closely related to electronics.
Electronics engineering for a prototype or small batch production available too.
15 stepper motors turning at various speeds.Read more
To put the vacuum cleaner on automatically while a table saw is in use.Read more
Workshop of building and decorating doll houses – preparation work and instruction.Read more
Machine prototyped at a hackathon and CAD drawing for printed circuit board.Read more
I was first introduced to electronics in 2010, while working as a web front-end developer and studying physics in Taltech. However, I didn’t become a physicist, instead continued to learn about electronics on my own, and I found programming for microcontrollers more interesting than web development.
The Estonian Academy of Arts has trusted me with teaching tasks: since 2016, I have been teaching the course “Arduino for beginners”, which gives basic knowledge about electronics and programming; and since 2017 I have been instructing the “Tangible design” course for interaction design master’s students.
In 2017-2019, after launching Kriimsilm Tehnoloogiad OÜ I acquired my first experience as a microcontroller programmer, for actual electronics products, under the supervision of Protoskoop OÜ.
Then I took a break from electronics during 2019-2020, working as a software developer and analyst at hugo.legal, where I got to build chatbots and automate data streams.
In 2021 I was employed as a developer in a transportation robot project at Taltech. My task was to program computer vision and movement of the robot relying on ROS tools.
I am currently an instructor in the prototyping lab of the Estonian Academy of Arts, and also in 2021-2022 I’m participating as a programmer in a research project that includes building a novel device.
I established Kriimsilm Tehnoloogiad to use my skills in different fields – programming microcontrollers and electronics engineering and web development – for small hardware projects. By now, I have also acquired 3D CAD drawing skills allowing me to create 3D printed parts.