Progress Update 4-14-16 Roshan

I’ve been steadily making progress on my project and working towards getting the colors transitioning smoothly. I finally got around to figuring out how its all going to fit together from a structural standpoint. I put together a quick and dirty “pretotype” of the structure, and I’ve included a few pictures (that don’t really do…
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Project Update 3/30/16: Backlight Panorama

Progress Update The panorama has been moving forward at a slow but steady pace. I’ve been making incremental progress, and as expected, I’ve begun to fall behind. Coding for the panorama has proved to be more of a challenge than expected as the pre-written code does not behave as I had previously expected. I’ve been…
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Aesthetics Game – Men’s Winter Coat/Organic Design (1930-1960)

Joseph Yoshimura and I received the Men’s Winter Coat as our object and the first series of Organic Design (1930-1960) for our aesthetic. This was a pretty tough mixture for the game, and Joe and I definitely struggled to get outside of the box. Since one of the main aspects of Organic Design is to…
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Roshan’s Skills

I’m a mechanical engineer by training, so I am fairly strong in most of the typical mechanical and engineering things. Here’s a list of some of my engineering skills: I’ve had several internships and projects which have given me hundreds of hours on nearly every professional CAD program, specifically SolidWorks, so I can definitely help…
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Bottle Table Lamp

Following along with the aesthetic I touched on in my previous blog post (LINK GOES HERE), I decided to build a table lamp, using a bottle as the base. The inspiration for this design stems from a variety of different sources, some of which are pictured below. Bottle Table Lamp (Source: http://www.bottle-lamp.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/12/ToastedHeadBottleLamp.jpg) Wine Bottle Lamp…
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Beer, Booze, and the Beauty of Industrial Architecture

Many breweries like to keep things simple, doing minimal work to get the brewery looking nice. Taking advantage of the industrial “warehousey” feel of the buildings which house many breweries is crucial for many breweries. By using and accentuating exposed concrete, brick, piping, and dark muted colors, breweries can create a very modern and welcoming…
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