What I’m working on right now!
Refining Con Rod Design
I handed in my final project, but there are a few polishing details I still want to make to my project. Check it out…
Finishing Broly, for summer riding
Broly is my 1984 Honda Shadow Vt700C caferacer-esk motorcycle build. It’s alive!…
Next big step for Land Safe
Land Safe is the winner of the 2017 NASA Space Apps Hackathon in Boston. We plan on creating native mobile apps to make the jump from concept to full fledged native mobile application. Learn more…
The Right Time is Now
Don’t let your dreams, just be dreams. A lot of people convince themselves not to do things they really want to do. They’ll say “I don’t have enough time or money, I don’t know how to, I don’t have enough experience, I’m too young, or I’m too old!” the excuses goes on. I would be lying if I said I never did that myself. But the fact is everyone can be a DO-ER. Take a look at your idea, project, or dream and break it down. What you’ll realize is that, there are parts that you can do now! So JUST DO IT, start small if you have to. The point is to start where you can and build up.
Some of the projects below are small and personal, some are part of much bigger projects that I am lucky to be apart of, either way they are all here to encourage collaboration and discussions.
84 Honda Shadow
Code Name: Broly
At 19 years old I bought this bike. It was my first time getting my hands dirty with an engine and have been addicted ever since.
Tell me more…
Resource Integration Gear
Code Name: RIG
A wearable smart tool eco system, inspired by awesome science fiction games such as Dead Space and Mass Effect.
The Gaijin Project
2 months in Tokyo, Japan
Summer 2016 I spent 8 weeks experiencing, and enjoying all the glorious food & entertainment they have to offer. I also took an accelerated Japanese language course.
Connecting Rod Design Capstone
Spring 2017 Engineering 270 Strength of materials at Bunker Hill Community College. For my capstone project I designed a connecting rod for a SR20DET engine.
Land Safe: Knowing is half the battle.
1st place Winner of the 2017 NASA Space Apps Challenge Boston. A landslide tracker and information resource. Free and available to help protect and educate the public about landslides.
When you mix an insatiable curiosity and an obsession to hands on learning you get Delson. He’s a Mechanical Engineering student, who won’t wait for a degree to build his dream machines.
Big Picture Stuff:
Projects I worked on that are much bigger than me
A socially conscious non-profit that organizes free to the public hackathons, business plan competitions and workshops. While exposing Japanese culture to the entrepreneurial mindset found in the Boston area.
Art Au Pair
Science In Space Club
A multi facet student led organization that strives to work on the cutting edge concepts of technology. Such as robotics, AI, Neural Networks, dirigible drones, and more. All while empowering other students to learn by doing.