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Origami/Folding Radiation Shield (Yoshimura Folds)

This is my entry for this contest, really excited to finally be able to submit this. A little bit about this project, i used the Yoshimura Fold. one of the Japanese Origami technique as the root for t his concept Take a look inside the pdf for more. thanks in advance

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  • laral4
    laral4
    • 4 years ago

    @albertusjanuardy
    I finally did just download each image separately and combined them into a PDF. Now I can see the text clearly. This is truly a brilliant design.

    • 4 years ago
  • laral4
    laral4
    • 4 years ago

    @albertusjanuardy
    Oh, I see. There is text in the images. The problem is, the images are dynamically linked using PHP. You can right-click each image and download it, but who would want to do that? The images are of different widths, so doing a screen capture at highest resolution results in much of the wider images being cut off, including the text. If I keep hitting the '-' button until every image is within the frame width, so I can capture the whole frame, the text is badly aliased–jaggy, and there is at least one artefact that cuts across an image. They've gone out of their way to make it as difficult as possible to download the images in original resolution. Why they would do that is beyond my comprehension. We should be able to download a single PDF with full resolution images.

    • 4 years ago
  • laral4
    laral4
    • 4 years ago

    @albertusjanuardy
    I get just large images like in the image you linked to but no actual PDF, despite the URL ending. I tried to download that link but only got a small PDF–599c780f30840.pdf of only 50kb that does not open. I was able to capture the entire page of images at full res with Nimbus Screenshot but I'd like to see the original PDF. Do you have the link to it?

    • 4 years ago
    1. albertusjanuardy
      albertusjanuardy
      • 4 years ago

      the original pdf is exactly the same as the screenshot i sent you yesterday. i'm not sure if i know what pdf you mean here, if you can see something like the image i posted, then you can see the pdf, that is the pdf. no need to download anything....

      • 4 years ago
    2. albertusjanuardy
      albertusjanuardy
      • 4 years ago

      those large images that you see, together with the explanations are the pdf

      • 4 years ago
  • Einffall
    Einffall
    • 4 years ago

    It'a great and impressive idea! Congratulations! I just have one question, shouldn't that small gaps between the modules be also filled with the same radiation material in order to provide a complete protection? Thank you!

    • 4 years ago
    1. albertusjanuardy
      albertusjanuardy
      • 4 years ago

      yes, i think that one of the weakness of my design, hinge exposure, although i already made it as tight as pssible, .

      i have some solution in mind though, just dont have enough time to implement it, i know about this contest a bit too late. It would be great if i have a chance to develope it further. thanks for the feedback

      • 4 years ago
  • laral4
    laral4
    • 4 years ago

    @albertusjanuardy

    I can scroll to the bottom of the frame but there is no PDF link. If I open the frame in a new tab, it has the url–https://www.freelancer.com/contest/text_viewer.php?file=/contest/getEntryFile.php?file_path=1059534/11006121/3506-6946-1503426575599c780f3337d/599c780f30840.pdf but does not save as a PDF. PLUS, I want to see your original submission with all the details.

    Oh, you are a graphic artist. That explains it. It does look like scenes from a SyFy channel space show or from JPL. Nice job!

    • 4 years ago
    1. albertusjanuardy
      albertusjanuardy
      • 4 years ago

      thanks man
      hmm thats weird, try to open that pdf link, what do you see? and try to zoom out all the way, did you see something like this?
      http://imgur.com/UuE8f7Z

      thats what it looks like in my screen

      • 4 years ago
    2. albertusjanuardy
      albertusjanuardy
      • 4 years ago

      and it also took quite a while to load the pdf

      • 4 years ago
  • nathvolt
    nathvolt
    • 4 years ago

    Very nice concept! I love it! Genial! Congratulations!

    • 4 years ago
    1. albertusjanuardy
      albertusjanuardy
      • 4 years ago

      thank you nath, yours is really interesting too

      • 4 years ago
  • laral4
    laral4
    • 4 years ago

    I have two questions.

    1. Where is the PDF link? All I see is a tiny frame with gigantic images in it that can only be viewed partially by scrolling and scrolling.
    2. Where'd you get all those images of the spacecraft and habitat? They were not available in the contest documents on this site, nor were they at the NASA web page for the contest. Do you have an inside connection?

    • 4 years ago
    1. albertusjanuardy
      albertusjanuardy
      • 4 years ago

      1. the PDF is there if you try to scroll down, the "gigantic" image itself is apart of the pdf, its the first few pages of the pdf, think of it as a front cover :)

      2. nope, i dont have any sort of inside connection, all those images are 3d rendered scene that i made myself (i am a 3D artist, currently work in game industry). I made it according to my online research of a space habitat and space craft. with the dimension following to what given in the document brief.

      every images that you see in my submission is 100% my 3d work to visualize the concept. made purely from speculation and online image research

      let me know if you have some more question about my entry. cheers :)

      • 4 years ago
    2. albertusjanuardy
      albertusjanuardy
      • 4 years ago

      oh and about the scrolling, you can zoom out too by the way with the + and - button on the bottom, i probably made the pdf too large, just want to make sure its readable initally

      • 4 years ago
  • albertusjanuardy
    albertusjanuardy
    • 4 years ago

    Gracias ospau :)

    • 4 years ago
  • ospau16
    ospau16
    • 4 years ago

    Felicitaciones!!! Albertus J.

    • 4 years ago
  • nasacoeci
    Contest Holder
    • 4 years ago

    Nice concept! Thanks for the submission.

    • 4 years ago
  • albertusjanuardy
    albertusjanuardy
    • 4 years ago

    Hi, would you kindly check my latest submission here :)

    Please let me know if you have problem with the pdf file, or maybe something is unclear in my presentation, i will gladly tweak it :)

    thanks in advance!

    • 4 years ago

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