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Human innovation, in my opinion, has always seemed to head for efficiency over all else. Even considering contemporary interest in 'green' technology, we have always looked for a better way to do things. That is, we see problem and we seek to solve it. Walking was slow, so we put wheels on carts and put animals on the reins. We invented the Internet because paper was slow; then the Internet was slow, so we made servers faster, made devices more powerful. Thus we have an increasingly fast-paced world which no generation since the Industrial Revolution has ever seen to slow down. In a sense, humanity is in its early 20s, vibrant and vigorous, optimistic about the future. But just as individuals will eventually age to settle down and grow wise, so I believe we too must eventually do so. I'm not sure we have a choice in the matter.
Humanity ricochets around existence, chaotically bouncing off obstacle after obstacle and learning to control its course through achievements of intellect such as science and philosophy. Will we ever mellow out? Our generation stands, perhaps, on the cusp of humanity in its 30s. Still just as vibrant, yet more careful and nuanced in its actions. We have made our mistakes, and we are at an age within which we may remember them and seek to improve.
Coding a python script to aid me in one of my favourite internet games.
Challenging myself for 2021's Singapore Science and Engineering Fair, where I received a Silver Award.
Ongoing puzzle series that forces me to explore more areas such as Lua, pixel art, story, and puzzle design.
Tracking my expenses with a custom spreadsheet with useful analytic features.
Exploring web design, scripting, and hosting by creating a simple personal page.
Creating Logos, Brochures, T-shirts and more for Fairfield Robotics Club.
Taking key components of the Korean flag and playing around with different concepts.
Creating Logos, Videos, Stickers and more for STEM Inc.
A collaborative project where I learned a lot about music creation and created a promotional poster.
Trying my hand at Swiss Poster design using Illustrator.
Set of stickers for personal use. Acquiring knowledge of the craft and making cost-benefit decisions.
Practicing glitch effects and using unorthordox file formats in After Effects.
Learning how to create and showcase an identity, as well as learning to consolidate different iterations.
My experiences before, during, and after the biggest Model United Nations event in 2018.
Sustaining a long term project involving an expository piece every week for 120 weeks.
Recreating some of Singapore's MRT stations using a unique medium - voxels.