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RAF Challenge 2014: The Future Robots

And here it is! The Future Robots application-presentation created for RAF Challenge 2014 competition!

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The goal

This presentation contains a great amount of data about the robots which have been developed in the previous five years, thus giving the user opportunity to unleash own creativity and think of what the future robots might look like. What took me a month to collect, now it is available for the users in matter of minutes!

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Overview

Application part – A small application compatible with Win7 x64. Plays a short audio intro about the goal of the Prezi presentation, provides additional information about this work and launches the Prezi presentation. In its directory you will find “Resources” file which gives you all of the links of the articles used for creating the Prezi presentation, so you can read the whole articles. Download here.

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Presentation part – Prezi presentation contains 60 articles about 60 different robots. The articles have been collected all around the internet from many blogs and websites. The presentation has an audio support which explains the concept of the presentation and gives you the instructions for moving around if you are new to Prezi. It takes slightly longer to load, but if you don’t use Win7 x64, you can directly access it here

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Feel free to leave some feedback in comments.

The online voting for qualifying for the finals of RAF Challenge 2014 has just started and I’m hoping for the best!

 

RAF Challenge – for the last time!

Do you remember what RAF Challenge competition actually is? Here goes a quick remainder! 

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RAF Challenge is an IT competition organized by School of Computing (RAF) from Belgrade. Competition is separated in two categories. The first category requires developing an application or creating a presentation on a given topic. If you wish to compete in the second category, you are supposed to develop a game for the Windows platform.

Anyone who is the student of a secondary school can participate, therefore considering that I’m on the last school year of my secondary school, this is the very last time I will compete.

A flashback…

RAF Challenge 2012

– The very first IT competition I attended and my work was LottoGame2.0. I managed to reach the finals (top10).

RAF Challenge 2013

– This time I’d decided to compete in the first category and created CloudComputing application. And won the 3rd place after reaching the finals.

RAF Challenge 2014

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As I said to this cat full of curiosity ( we all know what happened to a similar cat), I will compete in the first category once again. The topic is “The robots of the future” and I will publish the application after the New Year, so see you then!

Photoshop drawing: The Big Bug

Photoshop drawing: The Big Bug

Recently, I’ve bought the Wacom Intuos Manga graphics tablet and since then I’ve been following ‘Digital Art for Beginners’ session by Martin Perhiniak at PSDTuts and here’s my first drawing with shadows 😀
Enjoy!

Waiting for the results! [Creative programming for Digital Media & Mobile Apps]

The peer assessment has been recently opened, and I have had the honor to comment and grade other 5 students’ works.

So after the six weeks of learning about Processing and using its numerous and quite useful tools for editing audio/visual data, manipulating 2D physics in box2D engine, creating GUI and creating FB apps, we’ve come to the very end of this special course.

The finishing was marked by the big final exam. Again, we were supposed to use the knowledge and our creativity to create something bigger than the last time.

Before we take a look at the 5 students’ work I have reviewed and graded, we will briefly glance at my project, if you don’t mind 🙂

The idea was developed from my obsession with the universe. The goal of the game is to defend our planet. I’ve recorded a short ( review ) video and a long ( descriptive ) video for those who are willing to check what is my game actually about:

A short review of the game

A more detailed explanation

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