I interviewed a boy in 4th grade. It was my first time meeting him, and he was very shy at the beginning of the interview. He was even too shy to be in a video interview so I passed the video recording. I expected the child would feel somehow positive and curious about the project, however I encountered with an interesting response. When I described the project to him, he was not sure whether he wants to share his ideas, because he thought it does not make sense for him that a stranger can…Continue
For this assignment, Jeff and I teamed up to make a 3d object with lots of socket-and-ball joints. So, jellyfish it is! It was super helpful Jeff was a Solidworks genius. Here is our jellyfish in Solidworks:
After some rendering, it can be a transparent beauty in the imaginary…Continue
For this assignment, I wanted to make a simple toy, in a shape of an egg. So when you hold it, your hand will warm it up and a little embryo in the egg will feel the warmth.
The real challenge was perhaps, making a mold of an egg without breaking it...
So instead, I decided to…Continue
For this project, I wanted a design with overlapping transparent layers.
I also wanted to use simple basic shapes and arrange them in an interesting way.
On top of that, I wanted to use the clock component to change the image every second.
I ran into these two op art images from 1950s-60s and decided to use them for inspiration:…