Category Archives: graphic

Cozmet

A team project for the course I’m attending, HDip Level 8 PostGrad in Computer Science, Software Development.  One member is putting her time and energy into the backend while we agreed I’d work on the frontend.  The other two members are working on the Google map API and get product info page respectively.  With Firebase working, authentication and uploading of member details to and from the firebase database, it is starting to take shape.  The top and bottom are made, now the the middle had to be worked on.  The website can be viewed at www.cozmet.net .


Sharp Wave

Since August 2017, I have been attending a post grad programming course, learning several software programs, including C++, Java, JavaScript, SQL, HTML/CSS, some PHP and we dabbled with Assembler for one lab.

One team project involved using Android Studio with Java and XML.  The end result of the team efforts was a music player, called Sharp Wave.  Below is a download link to short video demonstrating how the app works.

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Biopodz update

bio2016 Got to finally create visuals of the redesigned Biopodz where it is now less expensive to manufacture, designed for injection molding and uses snap fittings.  The main render isn’t as nice as the original Biopodz render, I should really go and rework it using some sub surface scattering and translucency to add realism.

calendar2 More time was spent on the calendar which is aimed at teaching children about the seasons, how crop rotation works and when to sow and harvest plants.

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The new design has less components, uses less polymers, has a 2mm even wall thickness, uses snap fittings, designed for injection molding and the pots are slightly smaller while still having a wall thickness of 1.5mm.

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My arch viz portfolio is lacking and for that reason I went to the bother of modelling an entire primary school environment.

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Showing the components laid out on tables as before to give an idea how all the CAD models look.