A class on the MicroMouse competition. Map out a maze, solve it, then speed through it.
The place for some of the cool things I do in school, especially the collaborative stuff. Anything from class assignments to extracurriculars has a home here.
A little board I designed for CalSol.
A brief overview of the power distribution board I designed for our sub.
An excellent crash course on the circuit board design process. It’s also the perfect intro to my favorite EDA software KiCad.
For the SciOly 2018 season, I tackled the numerous challenges involved in making a device for the Mission Possible event and placed 2nd at Nationals.
For the SciOly 2018 season, the numerous rule changes for the Hovercraft event proved a fun and respectable challenge.
Ergonomic, economical, and manufacturable – these were the design goals of the cardboard chair for our final project in IB Design Tech.
Star Wars themed salad tongs I made during IB Design Tech.
For a Physics C project, we built a mousetrap vehicle according to the SciOly rules for that year.
For my summer internship during junior year of high school, I worked at CalState LA designing a low-cost, lightweight robot arm for a teleoperation robot.
What initially seemed simple turned out to be an incredibly fun and rewarding experience. An interesting challenge with a clever solution to match.
Tasked with the manipulation of stacks of pennies, I went through 4 revisions of robot arms before I had one good enough for the National competition.