To make the world more sustainable, beautiful, and happy through innovation and empathy.
The mind section consists of my intellectual and academic experiences (e.g. extracurricular projects). If you are an application reviewer or a job interviewer, the MIND is the page you would most likely want to start.
"Traditional transcendentalism, Western or Eastern, creates a barrier between the material and spiritual; and places this barrier at one end of the social spectrum. Howl breaks this barrier – purported by Moloch – and places the spiritual (the Holy) at the other end, making it available to the subjects of the poem – the fellaheen."
Assistive technology often has extremely high cost due to the customization of input devices. For example, wheelchair control mechanisms need to be adapted to each individual depending on their unique progression, driving prices up by orders of magnitude.
In order to solve this problem, I developed a Human Interface Device (HID) that is low-cost and universal.
This project was originally for my IB Physics Internal Assessment, but due to procrastination, I used a computer simulation for my report rather than the physical robot. This inverted pendulum robot is completely custom-design (with laser-cutting as my main means of manufacturing).
I took photography through my entire senior year at IHS. I helped Inglemoor win the Washington State High School Photography Competition for the first time. This gallery includes my final project - an experiment with basic elements, inspired by Justin Maller's "Facets"
For several years, I haven't had much experience with electronics such as Arduinos or Raspberry Pi's. One thing I have come to know and love is the PSOC - the first piece of computer hardware I have used and am still understanding.