It’s been a while since I launched this website, but I haven’t been able to update it very much. In this inaugural blog post, I’d like to introduce myself and share some current news.
My name is Keishiro Ueki, I was born in 2001 and I am a university student. I have a passion for linkage mechanisms, creating things like CG animations and 3D printing, and sharing them on social media platforms such as Twitter. From now on, I’ll be posting my works and explanatory articles on this website as well.
So far, my academic path has been as follows:
- I graduated from junior high school,
- I enrolled in Osaka Prefecture University College of Technology,
- I dropped out in my third year to get my high school equivalency,
- I entered Ryukoku University’s Faculty of Advanced Science and Engineering (currently in my fourth year).
I’ve been in university for four years, but due to a chronic illness, my health is not very strong and I have had major surgery while in university. As a result, I haven’t been able to attend university much.
I’ve met graduate students, researchers, and other people who love science on Twitter, and I’ve been thinking about doing research in graduate school. However, due to my health and other various circumstances mentioned earlier, I’m still contemplating what I should do next.
By the way, while my health is unstable, I am currently on a leave of absence from university and have a lot of free time. During this time, I’m thinking of engaging in various activities! As a part of that, I exhibited my work at Maker Faire Kyoto 2023 in April. Next, I plan to participate in Design Festa vol.58, which will be held in Tokyo in November. I’m looking forward to expanding my activities, so stay tuned!
Also, I have started a Patreon. If there’s anyone who would like to support my activities, I would really appreciate it. The current rewards for support are viewing limited posts for Tier 1 and, in addition to that, a few STL files (data for 3D printing) for Tier 2. I haven’t finalized how I’ll operate Patreon yet, so I might make changes based on feedback from those who support me.
That’s all for now. Thank you!