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Hi there 👋 My name's Nick Arner.

I’m a developer and researcher working in the field of human-computer interaction. My main interests are sensors, humane interfaces, augmented reality, and ubiquitous computing. I currently live and work in the San Francisco Bay Area.

Selected Projects


I write about human-computer interaction, new technologies, and software development here. Published work can be found here.

Working Together

I’m currently available for full-time and freelance iOS / macOS development roles. You can download my resume here.

Get In Touch

Send me a note at nicholasarner (at) gmail (dot) com, or find me on Twitter.


  1. An open-source CoreML model trained on the ESC10 dataset

    Swift 12

  2. Interaction studies with a homemade Touché (swept-frequency capacitive) sensor

    Groovy 14 2

  3. Study of a flame-detection sensor sending data to iOS over Bluetooth

    Swift 5 2

  4. An example of how to integrate the Gesture Recognition Toolkit into an iPhone app

    Swift 30 4

596 contributions in the last year

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Activity overview
Contributed to narner/MyWebsite, narner/ESC10-CoreML, narner/narner and 5 other repositories

Contribution activity

August 2020

4 contributions in private repositories Aug 7

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