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Legit Print: The Birth of the Logo

Legit Print is an online printing resource company that started in the Summer 2009 with two employees: my brother and myself. With a business background and knowledge of Graphic Design we were able to launch a modest online printing company that has done significantly well. LegitPrint.com The website is currently undergoing redevelopment (by me)

LegitPrint

It’s been an interesting process, I get a lot of questions about the logo. If you were trying to guess what the drops in the logo were and you guessed drops of ink, you would be correct.

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New Portfolio

Graduation is creeping up in about a week. It’s hard to believe I’ve called this place home for so long (Art Center College of Design) and now I finally have reached the finish line. Time to find a job, make a living and lets not forget – repaying those friendly lenders for all my loans.

A fresh new look on life requires a fresh new portfolio, hopefully the new website will help engage the viewer and really get close and personal with my work. NO really, literally get close with my work, I made sure my site had full bled images to fill up each page, its pretty different than what I had been doing before. There are always tons of people who will tell you what to do or how you should do things, many told me to step away from the little hints of Star Wars, but I did it anyways. This website is mines, this portfolio is mines and whatever is on it is a part of me. So I’m going to do just that, do me (yes that is me on the front page). www.kevinkwok.com

A tip: you can navigate the site in 2 ways. One – clicking the thumbnails at the bottom of each project. Two – clicking the left and right arrows that also appear on each project.

Another thing about graduation…Google rep is coming. This is one of the biggest moments for me, this blog, and the whole kevinforgoogle campaign this is my first shot at something I have been longing for. Cross your fingers people – here we go.

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JPL: Habitat for Humanity

The other day a bunch of us from the office volunteered with Habitat for Humanity and dedicated our time to help out an elder couple fix their house. That was hard, but worth the good heart-warming feeling? But not the burning sensation in your arms the next morning.

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Android x: Iron Man part2

Wallpapers for everyone :]. I finished Iron Man and his buddy War Machine. Grab your wallpapers today completely free. Thanks for supporting the Kevin for Google, thats me.


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HACKINECT: Process

So I’ve been gathering files and images for a process book for our project to show at Nancy‘s grad show, which you should all come down to if you’re in the Pasadena, CA area. It is on Saturday the 18th starts at 7pm (Art Center website).

When I was gathering the files I thought it was interesting to see how many types of coding languages we had to go through. It’s also kind of fun to see all of the languages and their logos next to each other. Currently we are using the library Unity as suggested by the good folks at JPL during our meeting. More to come.

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HACKINECT: The Office

Yes that really is our tiny little office some of you have been asking about. It’s at Art Center’s south campus. Nancy calls is our cloffice (closet + office). It literally is a closet with two tables, some lights, 3 chairs and some outlets. So now you know, have a nice day.

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HACKINECT: TuioKinect

So Nancy and I have been having mini victories with our Kinect project. We’ve recently adopted the the TuioKinect based on the multi-touch library TUIO.

TuioKinect tracks simple hand gestures using the Kinect controller and sends control data based on the TUIO protocol. This allows the rapid creation of gesture enabled applications with any platform or environment that supports TUIO. This is a preliminary proof of concept implementation, which still needs several improvements to become fully usable. Nevertheless it should work out of the box with most TUIO client applications

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Hello JPL and Nasa

Still very hush, but Nancy and I have a meeting and presentation with JPL / Nasa on Monday! Cannot wait to see all the exciting things they have going on there. More on this later.

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