At 3 years old I took apart the door handle to the basement with a screw driver, my parents were pissed. At age 4 my mom was asleep on the couch and I went out to the garage and got into the fireworks, locked myself in the bath room and had a great time lighting sparklers, my parents were REALLY PISSED. At age 5 I was at recess and some older kids had an electric motor with some Legos attached and that's the moment I became obsessed with electronics. That same day when I got home I immediately started taking apart my electronic toys, eventually building boats out of old RC cars and putting them in the pool. At age 8 I had a friend, who was MUCH older than me, teach me how to weld. At 9 years old I lost that friend to a car accident. At 12 I was welding parts on my step-grandfather's racecar. At 17 I bought a totaled car and completely rebuilt it. By 20 I became lazy. I stopped putting effort into the things I loved to do. I got lost in time, eyes glued to the tv as time merely seemed like a photobook flipping though the pages. 6 years later I finally woke up from the media coma. I worked hard, got promoted, and used the extra money to relight the creative fire. Fast forward 1 year to present time and I'm fully back to my younger ways, tearing apart electronics, rebuilding cars, creating anything and everything just because I can. My only goal is to work on cool projects and help others with theirs. This site is a place to share my ideas, findings, code, schematics, and plans so that someone else can hopefully benefit from it.