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Post by divStar »

Actually pretty decent :) I just don't like the coloring - but the idea and the vector outlines are very good imo

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Post by NOX86 »

divStar: agree, colors must be more calm
ROSFan +1

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Post by Switchboy »

Another wallpaper and some icons for some inspiration for all you hard working fella's


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I hate to admit but I don't have vector files of it.

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Post by NOX86 »

Switchboy: react-BoX media center :)
ROSFan: nice, but more sharpen and react sphere is more matte.

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Post by redviper »

I would still vote for this one http://www.dj50.ro/reactx.png

It's nice and simple and sometimes less is more.

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Post by superppl »

redviper wrote:I would still vote for this one http://www.dj50.ro/reactx.png

It's nice and simple and sometimes less is more.
Your right, that one looks pretty awesome, despite the fact that's it's less than the others.
Maybe it's time to call a vote.
Kind of off-topic, but:
Compared to DirectX, what version is ReactX at?
Do you think it would be possible to install DirectX on ROS?
And because I'm such a nerd, will ReactX have a linux port? :D :D

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Post by betaluva »

1=no, microsoft would never allow it ,plus it goes against the purpose of this project - to create a complete opensource operating system, 2=someone may port reactx to linux oneday but it is not a objective of this project, (these are just my opinions) : )

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Post by oiaohm »

ROSFan I want you to try something. Take the out yellow on the biohazard symbol outer edge and replace it with black. Yellow next to Yelllow then blue is not exactly the best colors for human eyes. Yellow black light blue should work.

The massive contrast should give it some kick too.

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Post by .aart3k »

ROSFan: last done nicely, but i miss something there altough... Good work anyway

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Post by superppl »

I think oiaohm meant to do it the other way around. But if he didn't I think you still try it out the other way, meaning keep the light yellow, and replace the dark yellow with black.
Oh, and good job. :D

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Post by forart »

1st of all: biohazard rockz, tastes like a "stange beast"
2nd- again, simpler is better: get inspired from the MicroSoft DX logo - in previous pages (the yellow/blue one) - for size and perspective, but with biohazard; ROS sphere on the center.
3rd- 3D is cool but i would simplify it; 2 "bioarms" on a level and other 2 on another...
4th- always put the "REACT" prefix to give us a better idea of how much readable the "bioX" logo is.
5th- icons, please !

Hope that helps. :roll:
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Post by oiaohm »

RosFan I did mean the other way around. But changing the inside one stoped the nasty effects on eyes.

Turned out nice anyhow. Good work ROSFan.

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